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'Music will save the world' Pablo Casals If you’re going to make a mistake, why not make it a...

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The Importance of Your Body in Cello Playing

Introduction Below is an outline of the cello technique I have been taught as I understand it,...

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Express Yourself!

While driving home from teaching a pupil once, a thought that had been niggling at me came to...

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Practice: the Nutritional Component of Music

At various points in my musical development, I have found myself asking teachers and colleagues...

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  • Teaching From The Balance Point Editor's Pick

    Lauren Jones Cello Teacher (Manchester) Picture I think Edward Kreitman’s Teaching from the Balance Point is very useful for teachers and parents because it very succinctly explains the Suzuki Method while providing a wealth of practical information. Essentially the message is that all children have talent, and their environment determines...
  • Learning Whilst Doing

    Alice Sophie Cello Teacher (South East London) Picture Over the years I have had the opportunity to learn about different teaching styles, which has resulted in my current approach to teaching. My main emphasis is placed on left and right hand technique as well as the posture of the students. Whilst technique work is important, a lot of time should...
  • Thomas McMahon - Biography

    Thomas McMahon Cello Teacher (Birmingham) Picture Born into a musical family, Thomas' early studies were with John Senter. He went on to study at the Birmingham Conservatoire with John Todd, Philip Higham and Alexander Baillie, graduating in 2014 with distinction.  Thomas' solo career began as a postgraduate student. Having already performed...


  • Bach vs. Britten

    Melody Lin Cello Teacher (South West London) Picture When people go to cello recitals, the program usually includes a solo suite by Bach, a sonata with piano, or a concerto played with piano accompaniment. But do you ever hear solo suites by a great British composer? British composer, Benjamin Britten wrote three suites for solo cello, and in this...
  • Frank Bridge: A Stylistic Transition

    Clare Durgan Cello Teacher (South East London) Picture Frank Bridge’s (1879-1941) Cello Sonata of 1913-17 embodies an artist’s innermost discontent. Spanning the length of the First World War almost exactly, its creation is a product of Bridge’s transient middle period where his Brahms-Stanford lineage manifests itself, in tandem with an emerging...
  • Colourstrings method for cello

    Katri Patel Cello Teacher (South East London) Picture Colourstrings is teaching method based on Kodaly's principals developed by Geza and Csaba Szilvay in Finland over 40 years ago. Colourstrings emphasises the importance of singing and good understanding of rhythm as a base for learning string instruments. The method has gained worldwide success...