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Ingrid Fischer-Bellman
Ingrid Fischer-Bellman

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Ingrid Fischer-Bellman is a member of the Indianapolis Symphony cello section. She studied cello with Janos Starker at Indiana University where she earned a Master’s Degree in Music. Born in Bucharest, Rumania, Ingrid immigrated with her family to Israel. She was a scholarship recipient of the American Israeli Foundation for Young Artists and has concertized in Israel and the United States. She has performed as soloist with the Carmel Symphony and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis. Ms. Fischer-Bellman is a co-founder and co-Artistic Director of the Ronen Chamber Ensemble and she directs Ronen’s educational outreach programs. Ingrid is a 2009 recipient of the ISO’s “Patch” Leadership Award which recognizes ISO musicians for their contributions both to the orchestra and to the greater musical community. Ingrid is a frequent faculty member of the Illinois Wesleyan University Summer Cello camp. Ms. Fischer-Bellman is also devoted to bringing music to young people and has an active private cello studio in addition to creating innovative musical presentations for students of all ages.