Expert Cello Performances

For riveting live performances of classical music, improvised jazz, and other adventurous genres, catch one of professional cellist Junko Fujiwara's shows. Ms. Fujiwara performs with a variety of bands, from orchestral ensembles to freeform jazz groups.

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Cello Lessons

In addition to live shows, Ms. Fujiwara tutors young musicians with educational cello lessons. Ms. Fujiwara enjoys fostering a love for the cello in the current generation of musicians.

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Contact Ms. Fujiwara in New Hampshire, to learn more about the professional cellist.

About Junko Fujiwara

Picture of Junko FujiwaraCellist Junko Fujiwara has been performing and advocating innovations in contemporary and improvised music while teaching and maintaining Western classical and jazz traditions over a span of nearly thirty years. Based in New England, she has enjoyed the diversity of performing in a variety of musical genres at many venues not just on the East Coast but also in the Midwest and internationally in Europe. Among her current performing groups are: Eric Hofbauer Quintet, BOLT: Adventurous Improvised Music, and Mimi Rabson’s String Theory Trio, where some of her own original compositions are featured. Downbeat Magazine, Boston Globe, and Spontaneous Music Tribune (Poland) are some of the internationally-renown publications that have given recognition of her work.

As an active educator, Ms. Fujiwara holds cello faculty positions at Boston College (where she also coaches chamber groups and directs the BC Cello Ensemble), The Governor’s Academy, Masconomet Regional School, and Ipswich Public Schools. She has also taught guest master classes at MIT, Longy School of Music, and at Salem (MA) Public Schools. Ms. Fujiwara has a Master of Music degree from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Music degree from Lawrence University.