Senja Rummukainen (born 1994) won first prize in the Turku Cello Competition in 2014, and in summer 2015 reached the finals in the Guilhermina Suggia Prize Cello Competition in Portugal. She regularly appears at Finnish music festivals, and has played as soloist with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Turku Philharmonic Orchestra, Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, Kuopio Symphony Orchestra and the Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen. Rummukainen studied the cello with Professor Marko Ylönen and Professor Young-Chang Cho and is a student this academic year (2016–2017) at the Norwegian Academy of Music under Truls Mørk. She has also had additional tuition from the likes of David Geringas, Jens Peter Maintz and Wolfgang Boettcher. Rummukainen plays with the Borea Quartet and has held the post of assistant with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Currently she as the use of a Stefano Scarampella cello from 1897.
Rummukainen is in the Young Chamber Musicians programme.