Cellist CAITLIN SULLIVAN has designed a multi-dimensional career as a performer of both classical and contemporary music based in New York City. Ms. Sullivan is a member of Decoda, a dynamic chamber music collective that has been named the first-ever Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall. With Decoda, she has performed with her colleagues in residencies throughout the US, the UK, Mexico, Japan, and Korea, and she was the creator of their multi-media chamber music performances “Line and Expression” and “Musical Portraits” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As a member of Brooklyn-based ensemble The Knights, known for it’s creative and unique concert programming, Ms. Sullivan has traveled extensively in the US and Europe, and is frequently their featured principal cellist. Ms. Sullivan performs often in the cello section of the New York Philharmonic as a substitute player, and has appeared with other acclaimed ensembles such as IRIS Orchestra, A Far Cry, and Ensemble Signal. A frequent collaborator with her husband, film composer Nicholas Britell, her cello playing has been featured on several of his film scores including “If Beale Street Could Talk” and “Moonlight”.