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Cremaine Booker, cello
Cremaine Booker is a cellist from Dallas, TX. He has made appearances with the Sewanee Symphony, Roy “Futureman” Wooten’s Black Mozart Ensemble, Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra and Jackson Symphony. He was the recipient of the Holy Cross BachFest Scholarship, Nashville Symphony Orchestra League Thor Johnson Scholarship Finalist, and was invited to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Cremaine has performed masterclasses with teachers such as Julia Tanner, Eric Kutz, Peter Sheppard, and Yo-Yo Ma. Cremaine completed his undergraduate studies at the Middle Tennessee State University.
More information can be found on Booker's website.