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Vlogcast Ep. 2. Guest Ezgi Yargici

Updated: Aug 16, 2020

My Guest for this vlog-cast is Ezgi Yargici. In this episode, Ezgi and I talk about her focus on Mindfulness in Music, and how it is so important, especially during this crazy time.

Ezgi Yargici is an accomplished baroque and modern cellist as well as a successful teaching artist. She graduated from Bilkent University with a Bachelor's of Music Degree in Cello Performance and from Temple University with a Master's of Music Degree in both Cello Performance and String Pedagogy. Additionally, she has done professional studies at The Hartt School of Music.

As an active freelance cellist, Ezgi performs in different settings: solo recitals,

chamber music concerts, historical ensembles, contemporary ensembles, and

orchestras in and around the Philadelphia area. She has appeared with

Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, Kennett Symphony, Allentown Symphony, New

Manhattan Sinfonietta, Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Virtuosi

Chamber Orchestra, Brooklyn Orchestra, Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra,

Bay Atlantic Symphony, Vox Ama Deus, Garden State Philharmonic, Wilmington

Ballet, Pennsylvania Philharmonic, New Jersey Capital Philharmonic, and Great

Hall Chamber Orchestra. In addition to performing at various venues including

Verizon Hall at Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Kennedy Center in Washington

D.C., Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, and the United Nations

building in New York, she has also performed abroad in Canada, Belgium, China,

and Turkey.

As a teaching artist, Ezgi works with individual students of all ages and levels as

well as groups in various school programs. Currently, she provides private cello

instruction and coaches chamber groups in her studio. She also works at The

Shipley School, Germantown Academy, and Nelly Berman School. Her main

teaching approach mixes instructional techniques from the Suzuki and Orff

methods with games to help her students learn and grow in an enjoyable



What She's Reading

📖 Yika Beynini (by M. Baris Muslu)

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