Biography David Gee
David Gee, cellist has performed as soloist, quartet member and orchestral cellist in America, Europe and Africa and has given national radio broadcasts on National Public Radio and Spanish National Radio. Mr. Gee has taught at such distinguished institutions as The University of North Carolina, The University of Memphis, Yale University and Coastal Carolina University.
While serving in the capacity of Assistant Principal Cello of the Orchestra of Granada, Spain, Mr. Gee toured Andalucia and North Africa with the Boccherini Quartet. The quartet gave chamber music master classes throughout Spain. Mr. Gee received his cello instruction from the renowned Brazilian cellist Aldo Parisot, and his chamber instruction from the Tokyo Quartet and Claude Frank among others.
Mr. Gee graduated summa cum laude from Purchase College where he was given the President’s Award for outstanding undergraduate achievement and he later received a graduate degree from Yale University, at which he was named an Ellen Battel Stoeckel scholar. Mr. Gee's summer activities have included teaching faculty of the Chamber Music Festival at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.