JEFFREY SOLOW has enthralled audiences throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia as a recitalist, soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he studied with Gabor Rejto and earned a degree in philosophy from UCLA while studying with and then assisting the legendary Gregor Piatigorsky. His New York debut was in the Young Concert Artists series. Solow has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Japan Philharmonic, the Seattle Symphony, the Milwaukee Symphony, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and the American Symphony (with whom he also recorded), and has been guest artist at many national and international chamber music festivals. Two of his recordings have received Grammy nominations, and his editions are published by Breitkopf, IMC, Peters, and Henle Urtext. Strad, Strings, and American String Teacher magazines have published his articles and reviews. He is the editor of the Newsletter of the Violoncello Society, Inc. of N.Y., the nation’s second oldest cello society, and also serves as the VCS president. Recognized as an authority on healthy and efficient cello playing, Solow is on the faculty of Temple University in Philadelphia. He is past president of the American String Teachers Association.