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George Teague


George Teague is a cellist and teacher in the Madison area. He completed his Master’s degree in Cello Performance at the Chicago College of Performing Arts under renowned pedagogue Dr. Tanya Carey. He completed his undergraduate degree at Northern Arizona University under Dr. Mary Ann Ramos. While at NAU, he was the recipient of the Nadene Bean Performance Scholarship. He currently sits principal cello for the Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra, and has held principal seats in the CCPA Symphony and NAU Symphony Orchestras. As an active performer, he has performed with groups such as the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, Lake County Symphony Orchestra, and Metropolitan Chamber Players.

George enjoys performing and teaching in a variety of styles, and has completed training in Suzuki Cello books 1-10 under Drs. Alice Ann O’Neill and Tanya Carey. His current performance projects with the Chicago-based ensemble Otherminded include works and improvisations that examine the role of the musician in current society, and those that break down the barrier between performer and audience.

143 Noel Fine Arts Center


MM - Cello Performance
Chicago College of Performing Arts

Northern Arizona University