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- Artist Diploma from Paris Conservatory of Music
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- M.M. Cello Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy from Cleveland Institute of Music
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- Bachelor's in Music, Cello Performance from Sacramento State University
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What is a Cello? Answers for Music Lovers | TakeLessons Blog
Deciding which string instrument to learn can be a complex topic. Many would-be musicians are paralyzed by the choices available to them, and they aren’t sure what the difference is between some of the most common instruments. Deciding between the violin, the cello, and other string instruments is an important decision for the sound of your music. If you are thinking about taking up the cello, you need to know the answer to the most common question: what is a cello? Music and in
Is Cello Hard to Learn? Read THIS Before Taking Lessons
Many beginning musicians wonder, “Is cello hard to learn?” The process of learning the cello is not difficult, but it’s important to keep in mind that the cello is not an instrument of instant gratification. It does require focused, daily practice time and a good teacher to guide you along the way. How far you progress with cello is a direct result of the amount of quality time you put into practicing the instrument. Even someone who puts in just 30 minutes a day will notice a signi
Is My Cello Too Small? How to Know You've Found the Right Fit
At some point, your young cellist will grow out of their instrument. Growing out of an instrument is an awkward time for everyone involved and it is not something that happens suddenly. More often than not, finding that it is time to upgrade to a larger instrument is a slow realization that something is wrong in the musical force. If you can consult a professional, please do so! This decision is beneficial for the long run although it presents its own challenges upon the switch. What Cell