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noted session musician for both recording and live performance

Cellista is an acclaimed producer and artistic director

Most recently she debuted her interdisciplinary exhibit The End of Time alongside internationally renowned visual artist Barron Storey’s solo exhibit Quartet at Anno Domini art gallery in downtown San Jose with her chamber music collective the Juxtapositions Chamber Ensemble. The critically acclaimed dual exhibition, created in tribute to French composer Olivier Messiaen’s seminal chamber work The Quartet for the End of Time, received mention in Juxtapoz Magazine.

Cellista has worked with
Grammy-nominated artist

Tanya Donelly,

producer John Vanderslice,
Don McLean,
Casey Crescenzo,
and Van Dyke Parks.


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With an edgy performance style that falls outside the box of classical tradition, Cellista (Freya Seeburger) performs works across a range of genres including pop, hip-hop, classical and more-- utilizing her carbon fiber cello and loop station.

Cellista’s penchant for performing music in unconventional spaces and her devotion to collaborating with artists across medium has led her to create unique performances that incorporate elements of classical music, theater, improvisation and visual art.

She is the founding artistic director of the JAMS (Juxtapositions Avant Music Symphony) a process-based ensemble that merges classical and contemporary repertoire and provides professional development, mentoring and advocacy for emerging artists.


Cellista plays

a Luis & Clarke carbon fibre cello and an 1885 Czech cello


Accompanying Doe Eye LIVE @ Billboard's Battle of the Bands 2012


Dwoira Galilea Contortion with the Vau de Vire society and Cellista's Trio Ménage

Cellista with Ransom Dance Performing 'The rip'



Cellista solo set from the Hubba Hubba Revue at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco


Cellista redefines

the artist’s relationship to audience and stage in every performance


Cellista has studied with

Jennifer Culp

formerly of the Kronos Quartet
& faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory
of Music and the Alexander String Quartet.