Born and educated in the United States, Neena Deb-Sen is a graduate of Yale University and has performed throughout her country. Ms. Deb-Sen made her orchestral debut with the Children’s Orchestra Society at age thirteen, performing Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations. Soon after her debut, she was admitted to the prestigious Juilliard School, Pre-College Division, where she studied for four years, winning numerous competitions
and prizes under the tutelage of Andre Emelianoff and Clara Kim. At eighteen, Ms. Deb-Sen was accepted to study at Yale University, where she was a pupil of the world-renowned Cello professor, Mr. Aldo Parisot. She remained at Yale for five years, simultaneously pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at Yale College and a Master of Music in Cello Performance at the Yale School of Music. In 2011, Ms. Deb-Sen completed her Masters at the Yale School of Music and began working with the Macao Orchestra, where she remained a member of the cello section for two years.