Myron Lutzke Cello

Helicon Performances

Symposium 107 - Mozart and Haydn
Symposium 102 - Brahms and Schubert
Symposium 100 - Symphonic Chamber Music
Symposium 96 - The Schubert Octet
Symposium 94 - Mendelssohn Octet
Symposium 88 - Mozart Quintets
Symposium 86 - Verklärte Nacht
Symposium 85 - Biber
Symposium 83 - Classical Piano Trios
Symposium 81 - English Song
Symposium 75 - Brahms Salon
Symposium 74 - 20th ANNIVERSARY
Symposium 73 - Fauré
Symposium 64 - Aulos Ensemble
Symposium 57 - BRAHMS and DVORAK
Symposium 54 - The Loma Mar Quartet
Symposium 46 - Helicon Winds Play Mozart
Symposium 40 - BACH
Symposium 36 - THE HELICON WINDS
Symposium 23 - Brahms
Symposium 20 - Brahms
Symposium 7 - Musical Affect
Symposium 4 - Mozart & The Chinese Visit
Symposium 2 - The Violin: A Tool of the Imagination
Symposium 1 - Handel & Beethoven

Myron Lutzke is well known to audiences as a cellist on both modern and period instruments. He attended Brandeis University and is a graduate of The Juilliard School where he was a student of Leonard Rose and Harvey Shapiro. Chamber music studies include work with Robert Koff, Eugene Lehner, and Felix Galimir.

He is currently a member of St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble, Aulos Ensemble, Mozartean Players, Bach Ensemble, Loma Mar Quartet, The Theater of Early Music, and the Esterhazy Machine, and serves as principal cellist for Orchestra of St. Luke’s, American Classical Orchestra, and for 14 years, the Handel and Haydn Society with Christopher Hogwood in Boston. He has appeared as soloist at the Caramoor, Ravinia, and Mostly Mozart festivals, and is a regular participant at the Sweetwater Music festival, Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Promusica, and the Smithsonian Chamber Players.

Myron’s numerous recordings include the complete Mozart and Schubert piano trios with the Mozartean Players and the album Working Classical with the Loma Mar quartet for Paul McCartney. He has recorded for the Sony, DG, Dorian, Atma, Arabesque, EMI, and Oiseau-Lyre labels. He teaches regularly at the Indiana University Early Music Institute and is currently on the faculty of the Mannes School of Music where he teaches period cello and Baroque performance practice and NYU where he leads Baroque Ensemble. He has also served as director of the Amherst Early Music Baroque Academy.