Contemporary cellist Eduard Teregulov is an award-winning soloist, chamber musician, and recording artist. Started his journey musical journey at the age of five, he is known as a versatile performer with experience performing in various genres and ensembles. Currently residing in Louisiana, Eduard maintains his performance career with performances across the United States as a soloist and chamber musician. In the spring of 2022, he made an appearance on the stage of Carnage Hall as a cellist of Constantinides New Music Ensemble. Teregulov is also a founding member and artistic director of Tampa based Homegrown New Music Ensemble, where he works closely with living composers from around the world. Within the framework of his project on the expansion of cello repertoire in the 21st century, Teregulov commissioned and premiered over 20 works for cello, including works for solo cello, various chamber ensembles, and cello + electronics.
Eduard has worked and played with orchestras in both the United States and abroad, including the National Symphony Orchestra of Bashkortostan, Symphony Orchestra of Opera and Ballet Theater of Bashkortostan, Chamber Orchestra “Bashkortostan”, Youth International Symphony Orchestra of the Volga Region, Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra, Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, South Shore Symphony Orchestra in Tampa Bay, Baton Rouge Civic Orchestra, Rapides Symphony Orchestra, Acadiana Symphony, and others. He appears as a guest artist on commercial recordings for Daniel Giron (Cuba-USA), Zachary Bornheimer (USA), Bj Davis (USA), Rodrigo Camargo (Brazil), and Charly Muñoz (Mexico).
Eduard Teregulov holds his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Louisiana State University and Master in Music from the University of South Florida. His primary influence in cello playing are Mark Afanasiev, Scott Kluksdahl, and Dennis Parker.