Cellist Arthur Cook has appeared as a chamber musician and soloist in summer festivals at Sandpoint, Meadowmount,Yale-at-Norfolk, Rutgers, Apple Hill, Taos, and Provincetown. He appears regularly on the Northshore Pro Musica Chamber Music series and with Blue Mountain Festival in concerts at Franklin & Marshall College. He has recently performed in a series of online chamber music concerts and solo cello concerts for the Blue Mountain Festival, Gateway in Holyoke, MA, Pianoforia, and the St. Boniface series in Brooklyn. During the pandemic, he performed live concerts featuring works for cello alone in various parks throughout Jersey City. He has collaborated with pianist Deborah Gilwood for many years. Their recording Censored by Hitler: the Rediscovered Masterpieces, garnered much attention in Europe and continues too receive radio play. Mr. Cook has been on the faculties oof Seton Hall University and Smith College. His teachers include ArthurFellows, David Geber, Felix Galimar, Louis Krasner and John Sessions. He holds degrees from Texas Tech University and the Mannes College of Music. He is a free lance cellist in the New York metropolitan area and teaches privately from his studio in Jersey City.