Miriam Troxler resides in Beaver, Pa, where she runs a private music studio. After graduation from Chatham University, she toured in Europe with the Continental Singers Orchestra as principal cellist. A long time member of Greenville Symphony Orchestra, she is also the founder and musical director of CelloBrationS. Miriam enjoys composing and arranging with several published pieces to date.
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Sophie premiered the new arrangement of Shortnin’ Bread at the Spring Recital on April 27th at Friendship Ridge. I have a video available if you would like to enjoy the performance. If you are looking to for a fun piece, … Continue reading
Look for Chris and Elizabeth at Saints Peter and Paul Talent Show.
What happens when Mama’s baby gets hungry? Shortnin’ Bread with pepperoni pizza, chocolate milk, and other tasty treats. A new duet arrangement of a classic for cello and piano, viola and piano, or violin and piano. The solo part can … Continue reading
CelloBrationS was welcomed back to Cambridge Village on February 7th for an evening of chamber music. The group played trios by Chopin and Beethoven. The program included Vanhal’s Notturno, a quartet for flute, viola, and cello. The audience was also … Continue reading
How do I improve my musicianship? The fastest way to improve as a musician is to play with other people. Other musicians force you to listen to how you fit into a bigger picture. Immediately you become more aware of … Continue reading
Yankee Doodle is available in a new arrangement for solo instrument and piano. It is a fun duet which can be played by a first year string student and a friend or family member with two years of piano experience. … Continue reading
Polonaise in G Minor, BWV Anh 119, from Anna Magdalena Bach’s Notebook is available in a new arrangement for strings. Six sets of instrumentation are available. The arrangements for two violins, violin and viola, and violin and cello are playable … Continue reading