Nancy Baun has performed in Carnegie’s Weil Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, and Banff Centre for the Arts, as well as in Switzerland, France, Italy, Iceland, and the Netherlands. She appears on numerous recordings, including the Naxos label. A student of Orlando Cole in Philadelphia, she studied chamber music with Menahem Pressler, Timothy Eddy, and Jasha Brodsky and appeared in master classes for Lynn Harrell and Nadja Salerno Sonnenberg. She was a fellow at both the Bach Aria Institute and the Aspen Music Festival. Nancy has held faculty positions at the Bennington Chamber Music Conference, Gettysburg Chamber Music Workshop, and ASTA string camps, as well at Dickinson College, Messiah College, and SUNY Fredonia. Now living in Buffalo, Nancy teaches music at an inner-city charter school and continues concertizing throughout the Mid Atlantic area with the Ravel Trio. With the help of Cellospeakers, she presents cello workshops in Washington State, Florida, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Washington DC. She has also been an award winning record producer, director of a national interdisciplinary arts conference and an international guitar competition, arts consultant, and taught cooking classes!