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Victoria Wolff began her cello studies at age eight in Los Angeles, California. In high-school she attended Interlochen Arts Academy and went on to get her Bachelor’s degree from The Juilliard School and her

Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin. Victoria taught privately in Austin for almost 20 years, with University of Texas String Project, as a chamber music coach and director of her own cello ensemble, The Wolff Tones. She performed regularly with the Austin Symphony as well as with many groups both classical and non-classical. She held a position as adjunct professor at Baylor University in Waco Texas from 2007 until the birth of her son in 2014. She has enjoyed performing in Corvallis with

The Chintimini Chamber Music Festival for many years and finally in 2017 has moved back to be with family here in Oregon. Since returning to Oregon Victoria has performed with Chamber Music Amici in Eugene as well as with her Flute, Piano and Cello Trio, Trio Despina. Victoria is enjoying teaching and her growing studio now includes the continuation of The Wolff Tones Cello Ensembles. Victoria is married with two children and is fully appreciating the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.