M.M., University of Maryland; B.M., Boston University; studies at University of Michigan.
Deborah Brudvig received a M. Mus. in cello performance from University of Maryland and a B. Mus. degree from Boston University. She began her undergraduate music studies at the University of Michigan. Deborah joined Northern Virginia Community College/Alexandria as an adjunct music instructor in 2017. She is the former principal cellist of the Washington Concert Opera and the Amadeus orchestra. As both a chamber musician and orchestral player, Deborah has performed at venues including the Smithsonian, Corcoran Gallery, Phillips Collection, Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap and National Cathedral. She has performed in many theater pit orchestras, including productions for over 25 years at her favorite theater home, Arena Stage. Recordings include performances with Cathedral Choral Society, Washington Chorus, and Washington Bach Consort, as well as with cabaret artists Beverly Cosham and Sally Martin. Deborah has also written and self-published a book of 40 cello etudes.