Margot Marlatt

Margot  Marlatt Margot Marlatt is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy. She went on to earn her Bachelor's Degree in Cello Performance from the University of Toronto under the guidance of Denis Brott and received her Master's Degree in Cello Performance from Butler University where she studied with Dr. William Grubb. During her studies Marlatt participated in master classes with Janos Starker, Lorne Munroe, Gyorgy Sebok, the Cleveland Quartet and the Orford Quartet. After college Margot went on two tours with New York City Opera National Company, freelanced in orchestras and chamber ensembles in Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx. A recent highlight in her performing career was appearing as soloist with the Klamath Symphony (Oregon) where Margot’s sister played in the orchestra and her mother recently retired as violinist and librarian. She has also performed numerous chamber music and solo recitals while living in central Indiana. Margot performs regularly with violinist Alfred Abel and violist Colette Abel as Trio Amabile in the local area and throughout the Midwest. As an orchestral player, Margot held the position of principal cellist with the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra for 12 years. She continues to freelance in the Indianapolis Symphony and the Northwest Indiana Symphony. She works part time teaching in the orchestra programs in Lafayette School Corporation. Ms. Marlatt also teaches cello at Wabash College and has several private students in her home studio. Marlatt is the recipient of the 2014 John Corey Award which is presented to an individual that has made a significant contribution to the arts and community. In addition to performing, Margot is the current Board President of the Wabash Valley Youth Symphony, Executive Director of the Tippecanoe Chamber Music Society and the owner of Classical Music Agency (www.hireclassicalmusic.com).