Eva Lymenstull enjoys a varied career playing Baroque and modern cello and viola da gamba across the US and Canada. She has performed as concerto soloist and principal cellist with the Lyra Baroque Orchestra; guest principal cellist of the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Apollo’s Fire, and Musica Angelica; and with Tafelmusik, Tesserae, the Bach Collegium San Diego, and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. A Voices of Music Bach Competition winner, Lymenstull plays at the Carmel Bach Festival and on concert series across North America. Recent recordings can be heard on the Brilliant Classics and Violet Ear labels. Lymenstull teaches Baroque cello and viol as a guest artist in residence at the University of Michigan, and has given master classes at Michigan State, McGill, and USC. She holds degrees from the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, Rice University, and the University of Michigan, and a doctorate in historical performance practice from Case Western Reserve University.