Cellist Amy Levine-Tsang enjoys an active career as both chamber musician and teacher. In addition to being a founding member of the Laurel Trio, Ms. Levine-Tsang collaborates frequently in performance with numerous ensembles, such as the Brentano, Cassatt, Colorado, and Meridian String Quartets, the New Jersey Chamber Music Society, the Richardson Chamber Players, and the Chamber Soloists of Austin. She has been a frequent performer at numerous festivals including the Marlboro Music Festival, the Gerhart Chamber Music Festival, the Portland Chamber Music Festival, the Cactus Pear Music Festival, Music in the Vineyards and the Laurel Festival of the Arts. As a soloist, she has appeared with the Philharmonia Virtuosi of New York, the Rutgers Summerfest Orchestra and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Levine-Tsang received degrees from Yale and Rutgers Universities, where she studied with Aldo Parisot and Bernard Greenhouse, respectively. She is a former member of the music faculty at Princeton University, and continues to teach privately since relocating from the East Coast to Austin, Texas.