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Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with and study under some of the world's finest musicians, including:

Pablo Amaya III Tori Amos Monica Boboc Roza Borrisova Jennette Cable Columbus Symphony John Downey The Fine Arts Quartet Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson Aaron Gardner David Gelting Samantha George Matt Hendricks John Hefter Mike Hero I-Beam Mark Janka Joyce Parker Productions Tim Joyce Joseph Ketchum Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last Wolfgang Laufer The Lesser Birds of Paradise Mahogany Throttle Radu Nagy Steve Nelson-Raney Heidi Spencer NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III Victor Delorenzo Mark Mantel John Sparrow Greg Thomas Donald Tipton Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with and study under some of the world's finest musicians, including:

Pablo Amaya III Tori Amos Monica Boboc Roza Borrisova Jennette Cable Columbus Symphony John Downey The Fine Arts Quartet Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson Aaron Gardner David Gelting Samantha George Matt Hendricks John Hefter Mike Hero I-Beam Mark Janka Joyce Parker Productions Tim Joyce Joseph Ketchum Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last Wolfgang Laufer The Lesser Birds of Paradise Mahogany Throttle Radu Nagy Steve Nelson-Raney Heidi Spencer NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III Victor Delorenzo Mark Mantel John Sparrow Greg Thomas Donald Tipton Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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News

  • Third Coast Digest Music for a Film : Nineteen Thirteen
  • MSNBC Making Music from Weather Data
  • Janet Schiff blends 1913 with 2010
  • 100 Coolest Milwaukeeans
  • Midnights
  • Notable Alumni List University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
  • Musiker Board
  • JSOnline
  • Shepherd Express Newspaper
  • MKE Newspaper
  • BradWill.org
  • Milwaukee Scene
  • Thomas Kovacich Artist Website
  • GalleryNight2007 Historic Third Ward
  • A Lesser Birds of Paradise Review
  • Boris and Doris Shepherd Express
  • Wartime War CD Vital Source Magazine
  • Shepherd Express article Shepherd-Express.com
  • List of famous cellists
  • Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle Article
  • 100 Cool Moms, OnMilwaukee.com

Brian Barney, Staff Writer for The Shepherd Express recently reviewed Janet
Shepherd Express

Molly Snyder Edler, Editor of OnMilwaukee.com interviewed Janet

The OMC WP is back and bringing Toby Keith, Josh Groban, Janet Schiff, West of Rome, Degas, Cincere and more big time names like the Milwaukee Ballet, Regina Carter, Keanu Reeves and Marquette hoops. It's a big name weekend in the Mil, and all you need to plan your time is right here inside the city's only Weekend Preview.

OnMilwaukee.com
Weekend Preview

Caroline Goyette of The Shepherd Express reviewed Janet Schiff with pianist David Dz

Janet Schiff chosen as number 1 by The North Shore Herald

An honorable mention in article

read more at: Maximum Ink Magazine

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Bio

Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, WI. As a cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator, Janet has experience in a multitude of venues. Janet began formal cello studies at the age of ten. She started composing and studying at UW-Milwaukee in 1993. After many years of study, Janet is now a guest lecturer at UWM and other universities. Her work has been featured on t.v., radio, and online.

Ms. Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with and study under some of the world's finest musicians, including:

  Pablo Amaya III  Tori Amos  Monica Boboc  Roza Borrisova  Jennette Cable

Barbara Collianni Columbus Symphony John Downey The Fine Arts Quartet Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson

 Aaron Gardner  David Gelting  Samantha George  Matt Hendricks  John Hefter  Mike Hero  I-Beam  Mark Janka

Joyce Parker Productions Tim Joyce Joseph Ketchum Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last

 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise   Mahogany Throttle  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney Heidi Spencer Llysa Spencer

NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III Victor Delorenzo Mark Mantel

 John Sparrow  Greg Thomas  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach

and many more soon to be listed

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News

  • Third Coast Digest Music for a Film : Nineteen Thirteen
  • MSNBC Making Music from Weather Data
  • Janet Schiff blends 1913 with 2010
  • 100 Coolest Milwaukeeans
  • Midnights
  • Notable Alumni List University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
  • Musiker Board
  • JSOnline
  • Shepherd Express Newspaper
  • MKE Newspaper
  • BradWill.org
  • Milwaukee Scene
  • Thomas Kovacich Artist Website
  • GalleryNight2007 Historic Third Ward
  • A Lesser Birds of Paradise Review
  • Boris and Doris Shepherd Express
  • Wartime War CD Vital Source Magazine
  • Shepherd Express article Shepherd-Express.com
  • List of famous cellists
  • Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle Article
  • 100 Cool Moms, OnMilwaukee.com

Brian Barney, Staff Writer for The Shepherd Express recently reviewed Janet
Shepherd Express

Molly Snyder Edler, Editor of OnMilwaukee.com interviewed Janet

The OMC WP is back and bringing Toby Keith, Josh Groban, Janet Schiff, West of Rome, Degas, Cincere and more big time names like the Milwaukee Ballet, Regina Carter, Keanu Reeves and Marquette hoops. It's a big name weekend in the Mil, and all you need to plan your time is right here inside the city's only Weekend Preview.

OnMilwaukee.com
Weekend Preview

Caroline Goyette of The Shepherd Express reviewed Janet Schiff with pianist David Dz

Janet Schiff chosen as number 1 by The North Shore Herald

An honorable mention in article

read more at: Maximum Ink Magazine

to:

Bio

Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, WI. As a cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator, Janet has experience in a multitude of venues. Janet began formal cello studies at the age of ten. She started composing and studying at UW-Milwaukee in 1993. After many years of study, Janet is now a guest lecturer at UWM and other universities. Her work has been featured on t.v., radio, and online.

Ms. Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with and study under some of the world's finest musicians, including:

  Pablo Amaya III  Tori Amos  Monica Boboc  Roza Borrisova  Jennette Cable

Barbara Collianni Columbus Symphony John Downey The Fine Arts Quartet Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson

 Aaron Gardner  David Gelting  Samantha George  Matt Hendricks  John Hefter  Mike Hero  I-Beam  Mark Janka

Joyce Parker Productions Tim Joyce Joseph Ketchum Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last

 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise   Mahogany Throttle  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney Heidi Spencer Llysa Spencer

NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III Victor Delorenzo Mark Mantel

 John Sparrow  Greg Thomas  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach

and many more soon to be listed

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June 12, 2011 by JanetSchiff --
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Biography

Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, WI. As a cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator, Janet has experience in a multitude of venues. Janet began formal cello studies at the age of ten. She started composing and studying at UW-Milwaukee in 1993. After many years of study, Janet is now a guest lecturer at UWM and other universities. Her work has been featured on t.v., radio, and online.

Ms. Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with and study under some of the world's finest musicians, including:

  Pablo Amaya III  Tori Amos  Monica Boboc  Roza Borrisova  Jennette Cable

Barbara Collianni Columbus Symphony John Downey The Fine Arts Quartet Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson

 Aaron Gardner  David Gelting  Samantha George  Matt Hendricks  John Hefter  Mike Hero  I-Beam  Mark Janka

Joyce Parker Productions Tim Joyce Joseph Ketchum Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last

 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise   Mahogany Throttle  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney Heidi Spencer Llysa Spencer

NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III Victor Delorenzo Mark Mantel

 John Sparrow  Greg Thomas  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach

and many more soon to be listed

Ensembles

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News

  • Third Coast Digest Music for a Film : Nineteen Thirteen
  • MSNBC Making Music from Weather Data
  • Janet Schiff blends 1913 with 2010
  • 100 Coolest Milwaukeeans
  • Midnights
  • Notable Alumni List University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
  • Musiker Board
  • JSOnline
  • Shepherd Express Newspaper
  • MKE Newspaper
  • BradWill.org
  • Milwaukee Scene
  • Thomas Kovacich Artist Website
  • GalleryNight2007 Historic Third Ward
  • A Lesser Birds of Paradise Review
  • Boris and Doris Shepherd Express
  • Wartime War CD Vital Source Magazine
  • Shepherd Express article Shepherd-Express.com
  • List of famous cellists
  • Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle Article
  • 100 Cool Moms, OnMilwaukee.com

Brian Barney, Staff Writer for The Shepherd Express recently reviewed Janet
Shepherd Express

Molly Snyder Edler, Editor of OnMilwaukee.com interviewed Janet

The OMC WP is back and bringing Toby Keith, Josh Groban, Janet Schiff, West of Rome, Degas, Cincere and more big time names like the Milwaukee Ballet, Regina Carter, Keanu Reeves and Marquette hoops. It's a big name weekend in the Mil, and all you need to plan your time is right here inside the city's only Weekend Preview.

OnMilwaukee.com
Weekend Preview

Caroline Goyette of The Shepherd Express reviewed Janet Schiff with pianist David Dz

Janet Schiff chosen as number 1 by The North Shore Herald

An honorable mention in article

read more at: Maximum Ink Magazine

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 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise   Mahogany Throttle  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney Heidi Spencer Llysa Spencer

NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III Victor Delorenzo Mark Mantel

February 02, 2010 by JanetSchiff --
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Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, WI. As a cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator, Janet has experience in a multitude of venues. Janet began formal cello studies at the age of ten. Schiff began composing and studying at UW-Milwaukee in 1993. After many years of study, Janet is now a guest lecturer at UWM and other universities. Her work has been featured on t.v., radio, and online.

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Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, WI. As a cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator, Janet has experience in a multitude of venues. Janet began formal cello studies at the age of ten. She started composing and studying at UW-Milwaukee in 1993. After many years of study, Janet is now a guest lecturer at UWM and other universities. Her work has been featured on t.v., radio, and online.

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Ms. Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with some of the world's finest musicians, including:

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Ms. Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with and study under some of the world's finest musicians, including:

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Schiff's original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to cutting edge chamber rock.

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Janet Schiff lives in Milwaukee, WI. As a cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator, Janet has experience in a multitude of venues. Janet began formal cello studies at the age of ten. Schiff began composing and studying at UW-Milwaukee in 1993. After many years of study, Janet is now a guest lecturer at UWM and other universities. Her work has been featured on t.v., radio, and online.

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Schiff's original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to post-modern and to cutting edge chamber rock.

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Schiff's original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to cutting edge chamber rock.

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Janet C. Schiff
Born : December 1973, Milwaukee

Janet Schiff knew that she wanted to play the cello when she was seven years old. With a coat hangar and a guitar Ms. Schiff invented a cello. Janet did not know the word cello and continued to play her guitar with a coat hangar. One day Janet's mom asked her if she was trying to play the cello. Soon after that day Janet was enrolled in cello lessons. She recalls actually shedding tears the first time she held a real cello. At the age of ten she already waited three long years to touch a cello. Janet has not played a guitar since.

Janet's family moved to Milwaukee in 1985 and she promptly began cello lessons at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. After many years of private study under Julie Hochmann (Hawthorne Trio, Julliard) Janet studied with
Roza Borrisova(Veronika Quartet). At The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Ms. Schiff studied the cello intensely with renowned cellist Wolfgang Laufer(Fine Arts Quartet) and Radu Nagy(Lipati Quartet, Romanian National Radio Orchestra). Schiff also studied music theory, composition, and history at the university.

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When Janet's family moved to Milwaukee in 1985 she began cello lessons at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. After many years of private study under Julie Hochmann (Hawthorne Trio, Julliard) Janet studied with

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Janet's family moved to Milwaukee in 1985 and she promptly began cello lessons at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. After many years of private study under Julie Hochmann (Hawthorne Trio, Julliard) Janet studied with

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NineteenThirteen Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III

 John Sparrow  Greg Thomas  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach

and many more soon to be listed

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Schiff's original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to modern and to cutting edge 'chamber rock'.

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Schiff's original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to post-modern and to cutting edge chamber rock.

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Her original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to modern and to cutting edge 'chamber rock'.

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Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Schiff's original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to modern and to cutting edge 'chamber rock'.

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Janet Schiff invented a cello with a guitar and coat hanger at age 7.
Ms. Schiff began formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10.
Schiff composed her first score while studying at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Janet has had the opportunity to work with and study under many fine musicians.
Schiff has diverse influences ranging from Amadeus to Zeppelin.
Schiff performs, teaches, composes, and records
with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Janet Schiff knew that she wanted to play the cello when she was seven years old. With a coat hangar and a guitar Ms. Schiff invented a cello. Janet did not know the word cello and continued to play her guitar with a coat hangar. One day Janet's mom asked her if she was trying to play the cello. Soon after that day Janet was enrolled in cello lessons. She recalls actually shedding tears the first time she held a real cello. At the age of ten she already waited three long years to touch a cello. Janet has not played a guitar since.
When Janet's family moved to Milwaukee in 1985 she began cello lessons at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. After many years of private study under Julie Hochmann (Hawthorne Trio, Julliard) Janet studied with
Roza Borrisova(Veronika Quartet). At The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Ms. Schiff studied the cello intensely with renowned cellist Wolfgang Laufer(Fine Arts Quartet) and Radu Nagy(Lipati Quartet, Romanian National Radio Orchestra). Schiff also studied music theory, composition, and history at the university.
Ms. Schiff resides in Milwaukee and is a guest lecturer at UW-Milwaukee, cello instructor, performer, recording artist, and collaborator on many projects. Schiff's musical influences range from 'Amadeus to Zeppelin' as she says. Her original music has roots in the classical realm but extend beyond that to modern and to cutting edge 'chamber rock'.

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Ms. Schiff uses Jargar steel and silver cello strings for their strong, bright and quick response,
Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam cello case for protection of her instrument and bow.

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 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise   Mahogany Throttle  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney   Karl Orvik 

Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Tom Schwark Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow Heidi Spencer

 Llysa Spencer  Greg Thomas  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise   Mahogany Throttle  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney

Karl Orvik Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow

 Greg Thomas  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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She started formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10.

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Ms. Schiff began formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10.

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She has diverse influences ranging from Amadeus to Zeppelin.
Janet is performing, studying, teaching,and composing

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Schiff has diverse influences ranging from Amadeus to Zeppelin.
Schiff performs, teaches, composes, and records

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Janet created a cello with a guitar and coat hanger at age 7.
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Janet invented a cello with a guitar and coat hanger at age 7.
She started formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10.

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Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow Heidi Spencer

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Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Tom Schwark Jason Seed Elixer Ensemble Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow Heidi Spencer

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Barbara Collianni John Downey David DZ Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson Aaron Gardner

  David Gelting  Samantha George  John Hefter  Mike Hero  Mark Janka  Joseph Ketchum 

Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last

 Wolfgang Laufer  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney   Karl Orvik  Sam Phillips
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Barbara Collianni Columbus Symphony John Downey The Fine Arts Quartet Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson

 Aaron GardnerDavid Gelting  Samantha George  Matt Hendricks  John Hefter  Mike Hero  Mark Janka

Joyce Parker Productions Tim Joyce Joseph Ketchum Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last

 Wolfgang Laufer  The Lesser Birds of Paradise  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney   Karl Orvik 
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 Llysa Spencer  Donald Tipton  Dave Van  Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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Born : December 1973, Milwaukee

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Janet C. Schiff
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dark Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam! cello case for protection of her instrument.

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Ms. Schiff uses Jargar steel and silver cello strings for their strong, bright and quick response,
dark Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam cello case for protection.

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Ms. Schiff uses Jargar steel and silver cello strings for their strong, bright and quick response,
dark Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam cello case for protection.

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Barbara Collianni John Downey David DZ Mike Frederickson Aaron Gardner

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Barbara Collianni John Downey David DZ Terisa Folaron Mike Frederickson Aaron Gardner

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Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow Heidi Spencer
Llysa Spencer Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow Heidi Spencer

 Llysa Spencer  Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

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Ms. Schiff has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with some of the world's finest musicians, including:

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Janet has had the opportunity to work with some of the world's finest musicians, including:

 Pablo Amaya III  Tori Amos  Monica Boboc  Roza Borrisova  Jennette Cable

Barbara Collianni John Downey David DZ Mike Frederickson Aaron Gardner

  David Gelting  Samantha George  John Hefter  Matt Hendricks  Mark Janka  Joseph Ketchum 

Jeff Klatt Kostia Brian Kreuziger Jonathan Landis Ray Last

 Wolfgang Laufer  Radu Nagy  Steve Nelson-Raney   Karl Orvik

Helene Pickett Hal Rammel Jason Seed Sigmund Snopek III John Sparrow Heidi Spencer
Llysa Spencer Jason Wietlispach and many more soon to be listed

May 09, 2006 by JanetSchiff --
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Bio

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Ms. Schiff uses Jargar steel and silver cello strings for their strong, bright and quick response, dark Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam cello case for protection.

Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Ms. Schiff uses Jargar steel and silver cello strings for their strong, bright and quick response,
dark Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam cello case for protection.

Janet is performing, studying, teaching,and composing
with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

April 26, 2006 by JanetSchiff --
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Born December 5, 1973 Milwaukee

Created a cello with a guitar and coat hanger at age 7
Began formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10
Composed first score while studying at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Janet has had the opportunity to work with and study under many fine musicians
She has diverse influences from Amadeus to Zeppelin

Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Born 1973 Milwaukee

Janet created a cello with a guitar and coat hanger at age 7.
Began formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10.
Composed first score while studying at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Janet has had the opportunity to work with and study under many fine musicians.
She has diverse influences ranging from Amadeus to Zeppelin.

Ms. Schiff uses Jargar steel and silver cello strings for their strong, bright and quick response, dark Hill rosin for precise tones, and a Bam cello case for protection.

Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Born 1973, Milwaukee

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Born December 5, 1973 Milwaukee

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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Born 1973, Milwaukee

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Born 1973, Milwaukee

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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello.

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Janet has had the opportunity to work with and study under many fine musicians
She has diverse influences from Amadeus to Zeppelin

Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello and residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

February 25, 2006 by JanetSchiff --
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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing on her 1913 Romanian cello.

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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing with her 1913 Romanian cello.

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January 19, 2006 by JanetSchiff -- photo add
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January 19, 2006 by JanetSchiff -- removed list of names
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Composed first score while studying music at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Composed first score while studying at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Janet has had the opportunity to work with some of the world's finest musicians, including:

  • Pablo Amaya III
  • Tori Amos
  • Monica Boboc
  • Roza Borrisova
  • Barbara Collianni
  • John Downey
  • David DZ
  • Mike Frederickson
  • David Gelting
  • Samantha George
  • Mark Jenka
  • John Hefter
  • Jeff Klatt
  • Kostia
  • Brian Kreuziger
  • Jonathan Landis
  • Ray Last
  • Wolfgang Laufer
  • Radu Nagy
  • Steve Nelson-Raney
  • Carl Orvik
  • Sigmund Snopek III
  • Heidi Spencer
  • Llysa Spencer
  • Jason Wietlispach

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  • Carl Orvik
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  • Jason Wittlespach

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  • Jason Wietlispach

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  • Mark Jenka
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  • Samantha George
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  • Brian Kreuziger
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Pablo Amaya III
Tori Amos
Monica Boboc
Roza Borrisova
Barbara Collianni
John Downey
David DZ
Mike Frederickson
David Gelting
John Hefter
Jeff Klatt
Kostia
Jonathan Landis
Ray Last
Wolfgang Laufer
Radu Nagy
Steve Nelson-Raney
Sigmund Snopek III
Heidi Spencer
Llysa Spencer
Jason Wittlespach

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  • Pablo Amaya III
  • Tori Amos
  • Monica Boboc
  • Roza Borrisova
  • Barbara Collianni
  • John Downey
  • David DZ
  • Mike Frederickson
  • David Gelting
  • John Hefter
  • Jeff Klatt
  • Kostia
  • Jonathan Landis
  • Ray Last
  • Wolfgang Laufer
  • Radu Nagy
  • Steve Nelson-Raney
  • Sigmund Snopek III
  • Heidi Spencer
  • Llysa Spencer
  • Jason Wittlespach

December 29, 2005 by JanetSchiff -- names added think of more
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Janet has had the opportunity to work with some of the world's finest musicians, including:

Pablo Amaya III
Tori Amos
Monica Boboc
Roza Borrisova
Barbara Collianni
John Downey
David DZ
Mike Frederickson
David Gelting
John Hefter
Jeff Klatt
Kostia
Jonathan Landis
Ray Last
Wolfgang Laufer
Radu Nagy
Steve Nelson-Raney
Sigmund Snopek III
Heidi Spencer
Llysa Spencer
Jason Wittlespach

December 28, 2005 by JanetSchiff -- revision
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Created a cello with guitar and coat hanger age 7
Studied cello at age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
Composed first piece at age 20 and attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on a 1913 Romanian cello and is living in Milwaukee

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Created a cello with a guitar and coat hanger at age 7
Began formal cello studies at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music at age 10
Composed first score while studying music at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing on her 1913 Romanian cello.

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December 19, 2005 by JanetSchiff --
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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and is living in Milwaukee

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Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on a 1913 Romanian cello and is living in Milwaukee

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C E L L I S T and C O M P O S E R
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Janet Schiff

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began studying cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
began composing age 20 while attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee

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Studied cello at age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
Composed first piece at age 20 and attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Now Janet is performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and is living in Milwaukee

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Born 1973, Milwaukee

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Born 1973, Milwaukee

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Weekly performance at The Mosaic Piano Bar 2624 N. Downer Ave. 9-11 p.m. Saturdays

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Performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee

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began cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music

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began studying cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music

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Currently performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

June 20, 2005 by JanetSchiff --
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Created a cello with guitar and coat hanger age 7,
began cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music,
began composing age 20 while attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Currently performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Created a cello with guitar and coat hanger age 7
began cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
began composing age 20 while attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Currently performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

June 20, 2005 by JanetSchiff --
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Currently performing, studying, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Currently performing, studying, teaching, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Currently performing and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Currently performing, studying, and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Currently performing and composing music on circa 1913 cello and living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Invented cello with guitar and coat hanger age 7,

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Created a cello with guitar and coat hanger age 7,

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C E L L I S T and C O M P O S E R

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C E L L I S T and C O M P O S E R
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Weekly performance at The Mosaic Piano Bar 2624 N. Downer Ave. 8-10 p.m. Saturdays

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Weekly performance at The Mosaic Piano Bar 2624 N. Downer Ave. 9-11 p.m. Saturdays

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C E L L I S T and C O M P O S E R

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C E L L I S T and C O M P O S E R
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CELLIST and COMPOSER

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C E L L I S T and C O M P O S E R

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!CELLIST and COMPOSER
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CELLIST and COMPOSER

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CELLIST and COMPOSER

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!CELLIST and COMPOSER
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began cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, began composing age 20 while attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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began cello age 10 at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music,
began composing age 20 while attending The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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