Washington State born cellist Brooke Scholl is a vivacious and tenacious musician who has dedicated her life to the art of performing and teaching classical music. She holds degrees in Cello Performance from Central Washington University where she studied with John Michel, and The Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto where she studied with Desmond Hoebig and Andres Diaz. As an electrically engaging performer, she has received numerous scholarships and awards, including top prizes at the MTNA regional and national competitions in chamber music and solo performance, the Snelling Scholarship, the Ihnatowycz Young Artist Scholarship, Central Washington University’s Concerto Competition and top prize at the Annual Glenn Gould School’s Chamber Music Competition with the Beila String Quartet. Furthermore, she has been a featured artist on the Distinguished Artist Series and Music at the Meadows Series at Southern Methodist University. Further influences include Joshua Roman, Colin Carr, David Geringas and members of the Tokyo, Afiara, and Pacifica String Quartets. Brooke currently resides in Dallas, TX pursuing a Masters in Cello Performance with Andres Diaz at Southern Methodist University on full-ride scholarship and is the newest member of the Julius Quartet under the mentorship of Aaron Boyd and the Escher String Quartet.