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I create customized lesson plans for each of my students to ensure each lesson is a positive experience. The curriculum is taught using different method books and styles of music tailored to the students interests and goals.
My focus is on good physical technique, practice techniques, and performance habits. As well as basic music theory skills that help with overall musicality.
I teach in my home studio for either 45 or 60 minutes and travel for the 61 minute rate. I also offer sliding scale rates, please contact me for further information.
Cello playing is strenuous and can result in chronic stress injuries. Learning to play with minimal tension in your arms and hands is an important step in playing strain free and results in more a more beautiful tone and phrasing. I teach you to use your larger trunk and leg muscles to transfer your body weight to your cello as opposed to using small muscles in your hands and arms. This is safer and more easily produces the lovely resonant tone qualities that make the cello special.
I particularly enjoy teaching adults who have struggled with tension and discomfort.
I have played in orchestras for over 15 years and play in several local chamber ensembles and know the challenges of playing with others.
I teach at all levels. We focus on technic, playing in different positions, vibrato, bowing methods, and intonation. We study the beautiful capabilities of the instrument.
I played cello in high school, and I am a composer. I love the rich tone of the cello, and the way you can feel the vibrations when you play. Learning good intonation and bowing technique takes a lot of practice, but if you are willing to put in the work, it can be very rewarding.
I started playing the cello in 2007. I stopped playing between 2008 and 2010, but by 2011 I began to take it seriously. Since then I have been taking lessons regularly and I am a cello minor at William Paterson. I study with Joseph Kimura and I play in the school's symphony orchestra.
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So you want to learn how to play the cello? The cello, a member of the violin family, is a bowed string instrument with four strings. This beautiful instrument is known to produce a full tone similar to the human male voice. Our prescreened, private cello instructors can teach many different types of music, including orchestral pieces, solos, ensemble arrangements, jazz, neoclassical music and more. The cello is not a particularly easy instrument to master, but the one-on-one instruction from an expert cellist is well worth the time and dedication.
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