Genevieve Brogdon is a professional music educator and freelance cellist. Currently, she performs as a solo musician and as a member of the Appasionata Quartet. Genevieve Brogdon also works as the Orchestra director for the Marsh Creek Sixth Grade Center in the Downingtown Area School District. During her university studies, Genevieve performed as a featured soloist for the West Chester University Baroque Orchestra and as Principal Cellist for three different large University ensembles.
Genevieve has experience teaching students of all ages and backgrounds. Currently, Genevieve runs a small music studio for cellists from her home in West Chester, PA. She has also worked as a music teacher for Beacon Lodge, a summer camp for children and adults with disabilities. Genevieve was also the director for the Stringed instrument program at CEO Music Camp.
In addition to her playing and teaching expertise, Genevieve Brogdon has experience with event planning. At West Chester University, Genevieve undertook many projects including the creation of the WCU Cello Ensemble, serving as Music and Entertainment Chair for Aid to South Africa Festival, and founding the College of Visual and Performing Arts Festival--an arts fest which showcased the work of over 200 artists for three consecutive years. In the summer of 2013, Genevieve served as an intern at the Philadelphia Orchestra Association. Today she uses these management skills to create a top-notch musical experience for her clientele's special events.