Anne Sellitti currently serves as principal cellist of the Salisbury Symphony, assistant principal cellist of the Winston-Salem Symphony and is a member of the Greensboro Symphony, where she frequently fills in as principal or assistant principal cellist. Her principal cello teachers were Andor Toth, Jr. and George Neikrug. Ms. Sellitti received her Bachelor of Music in Cello Performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and a Master of Music in Cello Performance from Boston University. She also attended the winter session at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta Canada, where she participated in master classes with Zara Nelsova, Siegfried Palm, and Paul Tortelier. Ms. Sellitti performs every summer with the Lancaster Festival in Ohio. She has performed with the North Carolina Symphony and Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, and has been a member of Carolina Baroque, the Oleander Chamber Orchestra and the Long Bay Symphony. Anne has recently performed concerti by Dvorak, Elgar, and Saint-Saëns with local orchestras. Ms. Sellitti received a Minor in Early Music Performance at Oberlin, and has performed on viola da gamba, baroque cello, and vielle. She was a viola da gamba student of Catharina Meints. Anne is also cello and strings instructor for Catawba College, Pfeiffer University, and Winston-Salem State University while maintaining a large private studio.