Stefanie Freinkel, Cello
Originally from New Jersey, Stefanie Freinkel is a cellist, teacher and clinician in the Atlanta metro area. As a student, Stefanie studied with John Whitfield of Princeton University, Andre Emelianoff of the Julliard School, Qiang Tu of the New York Philharmonic and famed Danish cellist Erling Blondal Bengtssen at the University of Michigan. She holds an undergraduate degree from The University of Michigan and an education degree from Kennesaw State University. Stefanie has had the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Wigmore Hall in London, the Cobb Performing Arts Center, Woodruff Hall and the Alliance Theater, among others.
Stefanie is the director and founder of The Camerata Quartet, which specializes in performing a wide variety of both classical and contemporary works. She was previously the Director of String Ensembles, Co-Curricular Music Director and an MYP Music teacher at Atlanta International School.