Caitlin Sullivan, cello
Cellist Caitlin Sullivan is a chamber, orchestral, and contemporary music performer based in New York City. Recognized as having “the understanding and emotional projection of a true artist” by the New York Concert Review, Ms. Sullivan is a member of The Knights as well as Decoda, a chamber music collective recently named the first-ever affiliate ensemble of Carnegie Hall. As a member of Decoda, Ms. Sullivan has helped to lead educational outreach projects in South Africa and Japan, as well as curate a chamber music performance, “Line and Expression,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As a member of the Knights and frequent principal cellist for the ensemble, Ms. Sullivan has traveled extensively in the US and abroad, performing with artists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Gil Shaham, Bela Fleck, the Joshua Redman Quartet, and many others. She is also a member of the IRIS Orchestra in Memphis, TN, and made her debut as a soloist with that orchestra in the 2013-14 season. Ms. Sullivan has performed with other acclaimed ensembles including the New York Philharmonic, Ensemble Signal, Argento Chamber Ensemble, and the Wordless Music Orchestra, which she recently traveled with to Australia to perform the music of Max Richter.