Marc Vanscheeuwijck is a Belgian baroque cellist and professor emeritus of musicology at the University of Oregon, where he has been teaching undergraduate and graduate music history courses in the Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods, Performance Practice, and Baroque Cello from 1995 until 2022. He is currently active as a visiting professor in various European conservatories and teaches Baroque cello at the Conservatoire royal in Brussels.
His research focuses on late 17th-century music in Bologna and on the history and repertoire of cellos and bass violins. He has written several articles on the cello, as well as a book with 5CDs, Cello Stories (Paris: Alpha, 2016). His book titled The Cappella Musicale of San Petronio in Bologna under Giovanni Paolo Colonna (1674-1695): History-Organization-Repertoire was published in 2003. For LIM in Lucca, he edited I Bononcini da Modena all’Europa (1666-1747), which appeared in 2020. As a continuo cellist he performs with various early music ensembles and has participated in about fifteen CD recordings.