Max Fuller, cello and viola da gamba, has been performing sice the age of 12. As a teenager he won the grand prize of the Phoenix Symphony Guild competition, and subsequently studied at the National Music Camp at Interlochen and the Tanglewood Institute. He received his Bachelor and Master degrees from the Julliard School, and has attened the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, and the Fountainebleau School in France. At the Mannes School in New York he studied baroque cello and viola da gamba with Myron Lutzke and Ken Slowik. He has worked with the New York Consort of Viols and New York University Collegium Consort. While living in New York, Max performed with Chamber Sound at Merkin Hall, the Maplewood ensemble for New York Public Television, New York's Musica Viva, Musica Antique, the Saratoga Baroque Festival, the Long Island Baroque Ensemble, as well as Philadelphia's Philomel and Michigan's Ars Musica. While living in Arizona, Max performed throughout the state with Musica Dolce, and recorded for Omni Classics. In the Pacific Northwest he has performed with the Portland Baroque Orchestra, the Portland Viol Consort, the William Byrd Festival and David Trendell, and ensemble La Stella at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.