Sabrina Krisberg has been playing the cello for over twenty-five years. She began studying the cello at a young age and was soon accepted into the prestigious cello studio of Shirley Evans Tabachnick, former student of Jonas Starker and former principle cellist of the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra. She continued to study cello performance at Stetson University and Florida State University, and had the privilege of studying under cellists David Bjella, Greg Sauer, and Mark Tanner. She has performed with various orchestras and ensembles including the Ocala Symphony Orchestra, the Gainesville Civic Chorus and Philharmonic Orchestra, the Albany Symphony Orchestra, and the St. Augustine Orchestra.
Sabrina continues to perform professionally in Florida and Southern Georgia with orchestras, chamber groups, and local artists. She is a performing artist for “Body and Soul, the Art of Healing”, a non-profit organization of professional musicians devoted to enhancing the quality of healthcare through the Arts in Jacksonville, FL. She is also the creator and founder of Music Time for Infants and Toddlers.
Sabrina shares her passion for music and love of cello playing through her private music studio and group strings classes. She currently teaches cello, piano, and violin at her Jacksonville and online music studios.