Carter Brey - Principal Cello

Eileen Moon-Myers - Associate Principal Cello

Eileen Moon-Myers resides in Warwick, NY and has immersed herself in the community through animal advocacy and charitable causes. She is co-founder and Vice President, along with Philharmonic violist Dorian Rence, of the NYC-based stray and homeless animal organization, The Artemis Project, co-founder of Friends of Warwick Valley Humane Society, founder of Warwick Music Series, sits on the board of Music for Humanity, and has been involved with Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and Orange County Arts Council. A native of Los Altos, California, Eileen enjoys running, all genres of fitness classes, cooking, connecting with people of all backgrounds through her concept group, musicalexa, and enjoys her six dogs with husband Philip Myers, retired former Philharmonic Principal French Horn, 1980-2017.

Eric Bartlett

Cellist Eric Bartlett joined the New York Philharmonic in 1997. After 18 years of free-lancing, he was more than a little bit relieved to have steady employment. In 2005 he and 2 of his 4 siblings rode bicycles across the country. The trip totaled 11 weeks, 4400 miles and 250,000 vertical feet of climbing. They started at Pt. Reyes National Seashore and ended at Two Lights State Park near Portland, ME. http://www.BartlettBikeRide.com Eric still enjoys cycling, as well as running and hiking. On tour, when not hiking, he is hard at work on new cello ensemble arrangements for his Orchestral Excerpts class at Juilliard, and for the occasional performance by his Cello Ensemble, CelloFest! He lives in Westwood, NJ, with his wife Sally, a retired former violist of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and their adorable special-needs son, Cory.

Patrick Jee

Elizabeth Dyson

Alexei Yupanqui Gonzales

Maria Kitsopoulos

Sumire Kudo

Qiang Tu

Nathan Vickery

Cellist Nathan Vickery joined the Philharmonic in September of 2013. Originally from Indianapolis, IN, he studied with Peter Wiley at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia before joining the Philharmonic. Nathan and his wife Elise live on the Upper West Side and love running in Central Park, biking around the neighborhood, and exploring new restaurants. Outside of performing at the Philharmonic, Nathan teaches privately, is an avid chamber musician, loves reading, and is a passionate sports fan.

Ru-Pei Yeh