Matthew Huber

British cellist, Matthew Huber, collaborates as a soloist and chamber musician with many of Europe’s finest chamber and early music ensembles, performing recently at London’s Wigmore Hall and Amsterdam’s Museikgebouw.  He has appeared at the Kronberg, Schiermonnikoog, Zagreb “Virtuosi”, Salisbury, North York Moors, London Handel, Boston and Utrecht Early Music festivals.  Recent projects have included collaborations with Kristian Bezuidenhout, Sam Haywood, Daniel Philips, and Steven Isserlis.  

Matthew has lectured worldwide on historically informed performance, including early fingering practices on string instruments, the development of modern technique, and the Bach Cello Suites.  His interests include fine string instruments, gastronomy and technology.  Matthew plays on a fine and rare cello by Francesco Ruggieri, Cremona, 1685, on loan from a generous sponsor.