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Teaching From The Balance Point

I think Edward Kreitman’s Teaching from the Balance Point is very useful for teachers and...
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The Development of the Suzuki Method

The Seed Blossoms: The Development of the Suzuki Method Shinichi Suzuki was born the son of a...
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Bach or Bark?

Last summer, my girlfriend and I decided to get a dog. Not just a dog, a puppy. It's fair to say...
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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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  • Alice Sophie Marylebone, NW8 Gold Member

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    I am a 25-year-old Masters Student at Trinity Laban and would like to offer cello tuition. I am passionate about teaching and believe that the prime aim of lessons should be having fun, as it facilitates learning.
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    I am a passionate and dedicated teacher based in the Chorlton & Whalley Range area of Manchester. I teach cello to all ages and levels, and am happy to prepare students for grade exams or just have fun learning pieces!
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    I am a professional cellist and experienced teacher based in Ringstead, East Northants. I teach mainly at my home but may be happy to travel to you within a reasonable distance so please do ask.
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    Passionate Cello teacher, inspiring, enthusiast, dynamic. Thoughtful of the need of each different pupils, I am experienced in teaching children and adults, all level. I love to create beautiful music and share my knowledge with my students.
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    Hello! I am a freelance cellist and Alexander teacher based in north London. Whether you are just starting out or have been playing for years, encorporating the Alexander technique as a basis to learning can provide real musical freedom.
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    I'm a friendly & imaginative cellist & teacher, with many years of experience. I offer lessons and chamber coaching to students and adult amateurs. Having studied with some great masters I have many 'pearls of wisdom' to pass on!
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  • Bring Music Into Your Life

    Suzie Walden Cello Teacher (Worcester) Picture Over many years, children and adults of all ages have come to me to start on the cello playing journey. These days when computers, phones and laptops are so much part of our lives, music really can be a wonderful escape. The reasons for wanting to go on this journey are diverse. For younger...
  • Bach or Bark? Editor's Pick

    Matthew Barlow Cello Teacher (South West London) Picture Last summer, my girlfriend and I decided to get a dog. Not just a dog, a puppy. It's fair to say that the last year has been one of the most frustrating, tiring, but ultimately rewarding experiences of my life. We now have a pretty well-behaved dog who is a pleasure to spend time with but it...
  • Learning The Cello

    Ali Howes Cello Teacher (Manchester) Picture It takes lots of work and commitment but is very rewarding and everyone should have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument. It is important to have a basic technique when learning the cello. Suggested books to help you build up a solid technical foundation: The First-Year Cello Method -...

 

  • Learning a Musical Instrument - everybody wins!

    Midori Jaeger Cello Teacher (South West London) Picture So often when discussing childhood music lessons we hear adults say they had ‘no musical talent’. As a result, they claim, they were encouraged by their teacher to give up. I always want to say to this - there’s no such thing! You like music and were compelled enough to try to learn an...
  • Music for Unoriginal Instruments

    William Hewer Cello Teacher (Manchester) Picture ‘Study Bach: there you will find everything’ -Johannes Brahms This thesis addresses the various technical and musicological factors that inform the performance of adapted or arranged works, using the contrasting examples of J.S. Bach’s Cello Suite No. 6, which I will be performing on the (5...
  • The Importance Of Understanding Music

    Ivana Peranic Cello Teacher (Brighton) Picture Projecting our musical ideas and inner voice is one of our main goals as students and performers. Even for complete beginners on the cello, it is important to understand that the journey of commanding the instrument is leading towards expressing our musicality. I find it important to include at...