Cellist Jan Müller-Szeraws has a versatile career as a performer and teacher. Solo performances have included engagements with many orchestras including the New England Philharmonic, Concord Orchestra, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Concepción, Orquesta de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile and Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile with repertoire ranging from concertos from the traditional repertoire such as Haydn, Dvorak, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Bloch, Shostakovich to contemporary composers Chou Wen Chung, Gunther Schuller, Shirish Korde, Bernard Hoffer and John Harbison. Projects have included the release of "Anusvara", a disc with music by Shirish Korde for cello, tabla and carnatic soprano, the premiere and recording of "Suite for Solo Cello" by Thomas Oboe Lee as well as a disc with sonatas by Brahms and Chopin with pianist Adam Golka for Hammond Performing Arts. He has been guest professor at the Universidad Católica de Chile, a guest with the Israeli Chamber Project as well as guest principal cellist for the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra in Germany and a regular extra player with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Most recently he has been pairing the Bach Cello Suites with works by Shirish Korde in his project “Bach & Ragas”. He is member of contemporary music ensemble Boston Musica Viva, Collage New Music and Boston/Andover based ensemble Mistral. On the faculty at Phillips Academy Andover, he is a frequent guest artist at many festivals. As Artist-in-Residence at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester he directed the Performance Program and was founder and director of the Chamber Music Institute at Holy Cross, an intensive summer program for talented high-school and college students. Müller-Szeraws studied at the Musikhochschule Freiburg and holds degrees from Boston University. He plays a cello by David Tecchler, on loan from the Saul and Naomi Cohen Foundation.