Dr. Eduard Teregulov, DMA.
Cellist Eduard Teregulov is a soloist, chamber performer, and educator. Eduard holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance and Education from UFA State Academy of Arts in Russia, his Master of Music degree from the University of South Florida, and his Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Cello Performance from Louisiana State University.
Winner of Youth String Competition in Russia (1st prize), International competition “Citta Di Barletta” in Italy (1st prize), and NOLA Chamber Fest in the United States (2nd prize), he enjoys his career as a contemporary and classical cellist. Co-founder of Homegrown New Music Ensemble and a member Constantinides New Music Ensemble, Dr. Teregulov actively collaborates with living composers from the United States and around the world and advocates for a new music in the United States. In addition to that Dr. Teregulov performs as a soloist and a member of a duo with his wife, pianist Albina Khaliapova.
Since his late teens Eduard has played in various orchestras in both Russia and the United States, including National Symphony Orchestra of Bashkortostan Republic, Symphony Orchestra of Opera and Ballet Theater of Bashkortostan, Chamber Orchestra “Bashkortostan”, Youth International Symphony Orchestra of the Volga Region, Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra, Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, South Shore Symphony Orchestra in Tampa Bay, Baton Rouge Civic Orchestra, and Rapids Symphony Orchestra.
John Chatterton teaches Cello Performance at Queen of All Saints Conservatory of Music.