Margaret Womack is an avid cello teacher and performer throughout the Midwest and East Coast. She earned her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Cello Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, where she studied in the studio of internationally renowned Steven Doane and Rosemary Elliot. She has spent summers at the Heifetz International Music Institute and the Bowdoin International Music Festival, and has participated in master classes given by Ralph Kirshbaum, Uri Vardi, the Jasper Quartet, David Ying, and Yehuda Hanani.
Womack maintains a large teaching studio in the Columbus area with students of all ages and backgrounds. Her students continually place competitively in regional and state competitions, are actively in involved in chamber music and orchestral opportunities and have spent summers at Interlochen Center of the Arts and more.
Womack currently serves as co-principal cellist of the Lima Symphony and performs as a substitute cellist with the Akron Symphony, Dayton Philharmonic, Buffalo Philharmonic, Mansfield Symphony, and Toledo Symphony.