Timothy W. Holley

Timothy W. Holley is a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College and the University of Michigan. He is a cellist; he was a member of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra for twelve years and was also affiliated with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during that time. He is Assistant Professor of Music at North Carolina Central University (since 1996) and also taught at the Duke University String School (1997-2001). He is a member of the Mallarmé Chamber Players and has performed with the Ciompi Quartet of Duke University and the North Carolina Symphony. His doctoral dissertation focused on the cello music of African-American composers, and he continues to be active in the study and performance of African-American concert music.

Articles by Timothy W. Holley:

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The Musical Banners of Sphinx Virtuosi Fly in Renewed Hope

Chamber Music, Music Review by Timothy W. Holley,  October 8, 2021

Mallarmé Chamber Players: "Songs for the Soul"

Chamber Music Review by Timothy W. Holley,  May 23, 2010

And All That Jazz - Symphony Winds (Quintet) and Guest Artists

Wind Ensemble Review by Timothy W. Holley,  November 1, 2009

Miami String Quartet Comes to Duke with Jaffe, Haydn, and Schumann

Chamber Music Review by Timothy W. Holley,  March 11, 2006

Branford Marsalis Plays Chamber Music with NCS Artists

Chamber Music Review by Timothy W. Holley,  February 19, 2006

Duke Presents Take 6

Vocal Ensemble Feature by Timothy W. Holley,  January 14, 2006