Fun Facts About Nulibeth

A graduate of the National Conservatory of Music of the Dominican Republic (DR), Nulibeth studies in Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) with Vernon Regehr. She frequently performs with the NSO and is a founding members of the Cayenne Trio and the Edge String Quartet. Her orchestral experience began in 2012 as a member of the National Symphony Orchestra of the DR and continued in the USA, Peru, Haiti, Germany and now Canada.

A talented and versatile performer, Nulibeth enjoys collaborating on interdisciplinary pieces, genre-fusing projects, and adventures in musical exploration with fellow composers in the creation of new music. She premiered some unique musical works in the Newfound Music Festival 2024 and was a Young Artist at the Tuckamore Festival in 2022 and 2023, and toured across the province as part of the inaugural Tuckamore Travels Series.

This energetic and expressive cellist is recipient of multiple scholarships and awards and winner of the 2024 MUN Concerto Competition. Nulibeth performs on the prestige 1933 Mougenot Cello which was generously donated to MUN School of Music by the Estate of Rita Love.

When did you join the NSO?


Who inspired you to learn how to play?

My very first cello teacher, Ariadna Perez. She is the most elegant cellist and the most adorable and patient teacher there is.

What’s your favourite piece of classical/orchestral music?

My list of favorites is pretty long, but I would say that for my #1 there is a tight between Jupiter from The Planets by Gustav Holst and the Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana by Prieto Mascagni.

If you could pick one artist to collaborate with, who would it be?

Abel Selaocoe!

What other non-musical creative outlets do you have?

I have a master’s degree in architecture (lots of creativity there), I am a professional Christmas gift wrapper, and I love to make flower arrangements.