Dr. Robert Tueller, principal cello
Dr. Robert Tueller directs the BYU-Idaho Symphony Orchestra, University Baroque Ensemble and teaches cello. He received his D.M.A. degree in Early Music Performance as a student of James Tyler, and his M.M. degree in Instrumental Conducting as a student of Daniel Lewis at the University of Southern California. He holds a B.M. degree in Violoncello Performance from Utah State University. Dr. Tueller joined the BYU-Idaho faculty in 2001 having previously directed orchestra programs at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the University of Montana-Missoula, and Modesto Junior College in central California. Active as a professional conductor and cellist in California, he served as assistant conductor of the Los Angeles Mozart Orchestra and played principal cello with the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra. His baroque cello and viola da gamba playing have been recorded on RCM Records. He currently serves as principal cellist of the Idaho Falls Symphony.