Clyde Thomas Shaw

Professor of Music, Cello and Chamber Music Studies


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Faculty Member since 2004

Applied Area(s)


Teaching Area:

Music Literature
Music Literature


String Quartets
Cello Ensemble


B.M., Stetson University; M.M., State University of New York at Binghamton

Professional Highlights

  • Clyde Thomas Shaw was a founding member of the Audubon String Quartet and has served as its cellist since 1974.
  • During the last three decades, he has made approximately 2000 appearances worldwide as the cellist of the Audubon Quartet and has recorded for the RCA, Telarc, Centaur, CRI and Opus One recording companies. His appearances include featured performances on CBS Sunday Morning, Recitals at Alice Tully, Avery Fischer, Carnegie and Town Halls in New York, Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Curtis Hall in Philadelphia, Symphony Hall in Chicago, Wilshire Ebel Theater in Los Angeles, Wigmore Hall in London, Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Red Tower Theater in Beijing, Bavarian Radio in Munich, Swiss TV in Geneva, Tel Aviv Museum in Israel, several tours abroad for the United States Department of State, and performance at the White House.

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