Cynthia Fogg portrait

Cynthia Fogg

Cynthia Fogg received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College and a Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California. She has played with a variety of groups, including the Pasadena Symphony, Emmanuel Music of Boston, andMonday Evening Concerts, and has appeared as a guest violist with the acclaimed Kronos and Alexander quartets. Ms. Fogg is  a member of Quartet Euphoria, and she and her husband, composer/cellist Tom Flaherty, perform together as the duo Celliola, and have performed new repertoire at venues including Indiana University and the Kennedy Center Millenium Stage as well as festivals in Austria and Romania.

Ms. Fogg has recorded chamber music for Naxos, Albany, Opus One, Cambria, Klavier, and SEAMUS, as well as  soundtracks for motion pictures and television. She has extensive teacher training in the Suzuki method, as well as Kato Havas’s New Approach and the Inner Game of Music. Her students have placed in local competitions and been admitted to fine schools including New England Conservatory. She is one of the founding members of Pasadena Conservatory and has taught here since 1984. She also teaches at Pomona College.