About Hari Khalsa
Hari Khalsa is pursuing his DMA Degree in cello Performance and Literature at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where he studies with Daniel McDonough and Denise Djokic. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Music for his undergraduate degree and then received his masters at the University of Michigan under full scholarship. He has varied performance experience having played in numerous recitals, masterclasses, and being a prizewinner in the Doug Davis Composition and Performance competition. Additionally, Hari is an avid teacher having received a minor in Suzuki pedagogy from the Cleveland Institute of Music and currently maintains a private studio. His previous teachers include Charles Lee, Mark Kosower, Anthony Elliott, and Amir Eldan.