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“...the warmth and flexibility of Grace Ho’s cello solos were standouts.”

– South Florida Classical Review

Taiwanese-American cellist Grace Ho is an active cello soloist and chamber musician in the United States and Asia. Ms. Ho has appeared as a soloist with orchestras including the Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra, Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Ho Chi Minh City Symphony Orchestra, Sun Taipei Philharmonic, Vienna Ensemble, Lewisville Lake Symphony Orchestra, Manhattan School of Music Philharmonic Orchestra, Kansas Wesleyan Orchestra, and University of North Texas Chamber Orchestra. 

Ms. Ho has achieved numerous awards including First Prize in the Manhattan School of Music Eisenberg-Fried Concerto Competition, winner in the University of North Texas Concerto Competition, and Silver Medal in the Crescendo Music Awards. Ms. Ho has performed in prestigious concert halls such as Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium, Weill Recital Hall, and Zankel Hall, Meyerson Symphony Center, Taiwan National Concert and Recital Halls, and the Opera Houses in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City as the soloist in the 2018 Toyota Tour in Vietnam.

Ms. Ho is a founding member of the Ulysses Quartet, who is the Graduate String Quartet Resident at the Juilliard School for 2019-2021.  They are the First Prize winner in the 2018 Schoenfeld International String Competition, Grand Prize and Gold Medal winners of the Fischoff Competition in 2016, semi-finalist at the 2016 Banff International String Quartet Competition, Silver Medalist of the 9th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in 2017, and First Prize winners of the American Prize in 2017.  Ulysses was also the Quartet-in-Residence of the 2017 La Jolla Music Society SummerFest, and appeared as guest performers in Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Inside Chamber Music in 2017. Ms. Ho is also the Principal Cellist of the Miami Symphony Orchestra and a board member of the International Chamber Players. 

Ms. Ho has participated in numerous festivals include Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, ENCORE School for Strings, Boston University Tanglewood Institute, Manchester Music Festival, Texas Music Festival, International Festival Institute at Round Top, and Teaching Assistant at Manhattan in the Mountains in 2013.

Ms. Ho received her Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music from the Manhattan School of Music, and her Bachelor of Music from the University of North Texas with full scholarships,  and graduating with the Pablo Casals Award from her Master’s Degree. Former teachers include David Geber, Clive Greensmith, Eugene Osadchy, Chao-Fu Lin, Shih-San Lin, Tze-Ming Chen, and Shih-Hui Ho.

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