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Andrew has taught a wide range of students from young (and adult) beginners to advanced university students. His own education and playing experience has taught him that good cello playing should not only sound great, but feel natural as well. Because of this, he stresses the physical elements of cello playing in connection with a strong technical foundation, as well as the development of each student's ear and individual sense of musicality.
Suzuki and other materials, traditional bow hold and note reading introduced early on. Opportunity to play in class / group ensemble.
Music is a series of cultured patterns. Musicians create a pattern that makes us anticipate a resolution and holds back .. makes you wait for it. It begins with a simple idea which then becomes this beautiful piece of art. We are all different and our taste of music it's shaped by our culture and our brain. This is not a music class .. at least, not in a conventional sense. We make the surreal become real. We take your inside earworms and create art. We add texture, balance, contrast, expression, body, and emotion to your brain's palate. We do not define a genre from what we create, we just blend the music elements to find your music taste. We begin with Rhythm, the driving force in music and compositon and the most valued skill of any musician's arsenal. We compose, arrange, and orchestrate your masterpiece. We also learn how to record it, mix it, and master it. At the end our series of lessons we host student showcases where you will be able to show off your new talent. The ...
Experienced cello teacher and player, Diana has been learning music since she was 9 years old and have played in professional orchestras in Boston and Chicago.
She started teaching in 2010 and part of her teaching philosophy is to share her love for music while bringing discipline and hard work to her lessons so that students know how to practice and see improvement.
Learn to play the cello with private lessons from an experienced teacher and performer. Sarah holds a Bachelor's degree in Cello Performance from The Hartt School of Music and recently her Master of Music degree at DePaul University. She is currently a member of the Peoria Symphony Orchestra and an active performer in the Chicago area. Sarah has several years of private teaching experience with students of all ages, experience levels, and backgrounds.
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