Mary Beth Tyndall
Mary Beth Tyndall is the Assistant Principal Cellist in the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. She is also on the Arizona Commission on the Arts roster as a member of the Southwest String Quartet. Mary Beth has a Bachelor’s degree in Cello Performance and Music Education from Ball State University and a Master’s Degree in Cello Performance from the University of Arizona. She has studied with Gordon Epperson, Claus Adam, Martha Gerschefski, and Hans Jorgen Jensen.
She maintains a large studio of cello students of all ages and levels. Many of her students have performed as soloists with local orchestras and are continuing their studies in music conservatories around the country. As a performer and teacher her philosophy is one of joy, self-expression and personal growth through music.
The Civic Orchestra is pleased to welcome Mary Beth Tyndall asGuest Conductor for the world premiere of the cello concertoTo Move a Mountain
, composed by former student Clark Evans
,and performed by current student Levi Powe