Cellist Davin Rubicz has held positions with the Kansas City Symphony, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and has also played with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. As a chamber musician, he has performed with LaJolla SummerFest, Chamber Music Society of Saint Louis, Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival, Pulitzer Arts Foundation series and the Missouri Chamber Music Festival.
Davin has held teaching positions in the preparatory departments at the Cleveland Institute of Music and Rice University. He has served on the faculty at the Mercer School of Music, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Suzuki program, and was invited to teach Richard Aaron’s studio at the University of Michigan. In 2020, he was appointed Artistic Director of the Community Music School Preparatory Program at Webster University and also maintains a private studio in St. Louis.
Davin began his studies in early childhood with the Suzuki method. After attending intensive summer music training programs at the Indiana String Academy, ENCORE School for Strings, and Music Academy of the West, he was accepted at the Cleveland Institute of Music and Rice University, studying with Richard Aaron and Norman Fischer and completing a BM and MM in cello performance. He spent his summers at the Spoleto Music Festival (Italy), Taos School of Music, and Aspen Music Festival. Outside of music, Davin enjoys practicing yoga, growing vegetables, and riding his electric unicycle.