Chamber music and solo performances for SF Bay Area audiences in intimate settings.

Hosted in beautiful homes, retirement communities, movement studios, sacred spaces, and concert halls.

Formal concerts, cabaret style gatherings, and special events.

On the steps by the Campanille, UC Berkeley

On the steps by the Campanille, UC Berkeley

Cellist Annie Yeh grew up on the east coast in New York and Philadelphia before settling in the Bay Area. She began her music studies at age 6 on the piano, followed by the discovery of her true passion, the cello, at age 13. 

Annie received her Masters degree in cello performance & music on a full fellowship from Ohio University, studying with renowned teachers Mark Schroeder and Alan Harris at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She then served as Associate Principal Cellist of the Huntington Chamber Orchestra, and ran a cello instruction studio in the Bay Area for over 10 years. In 2010 she released a CD of jazz standards, titled "Something New” with guitarist Tony Orbasido and drummer Matthew Swindells.

Annie continues to invite audiences with her warmth of sound and musical versatility as a soloist and avid chamber musician. She is the founder of The Intarsia Trio, a string trio that performs with rotating violinists and violists, including Carol Schwamberger (violin/viola), Katie Button (violin), and Marta Tobey (viola), and co-founder of Duo Viello with violist extraordinaire Andrew Duckles.

Annie also co-founded the Big Ideas @ Berkeley incubator program at UC Berkeley with Tom Kalil, former adviser to Barack Obama for Science, Technology, and Innovation. She holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania (B.A., Asian Studies and Pre-Medicine)  and UC Berkeley (Masters, Information Management and Systems).