In search of a private music teacher in St Paul who offers cello lessons for beginners? They have seasoned instructors who provide engaging lessons. They also received well-rated private cello lessons reviews from satisfied clients.
St Paul, MN 55109 Best of 2020 15 years in business
I take a very flexible and holistic approach to teaching, inviting the student to lead our studies as much as possible with the intention that we work as equals toward a common goal. No genre is off the table, but healthy/strong/simple technique is still of utmost importance. I also work very hard to inspire fun and effective practice strategies.
Lessons are purchased on a month to month basis. Cancel anytime. No registration fees, no long term commitment, flexible make-up lessons. Lessons average out to $22 each. You will get a free lesson in months that have 5 weeks.
30 minutes, once a week: $90 per month
45 minutes, once a week: $135 per month
60 minutes, once a week: $180 per month
Adam is one of the patient and compassionate cello teachers who provide efficient and easy-to-learn lessons. This individual is among the professional cello teachers who do the suzuki method of teaching. This private cello teacher is available to help you.
Paul Cocoanto is one of the best private music teachers in St Paul who offer adult cello lessons. Let an expert like Paul Cocoanto help you improve your cello playing skills. This pro has been offering cello instruction in St Paul for many years.
I am accredited with a Master of Music from Juilliard, and Doctorate of Musical Arts from University of Minnesota. I teach cello technique that leads to artistic sucess. My students all have a healthy way of playing, and are able to progress through the cello repertoire.
If you need one of the best cello teachers, let Olivia Quintanilla help you out. Their soloists and string ensembles perform all styles of music. This pro provides classes for students of all levels and ages.
As a cello instructor, I have spent the last 8 years teaching students of all ages and from beginning to advanced playing levels. My teaching philosophy is that every student has the potential to play music at a high level and develop a life-long appreciation for music. I also incorporate the Alexander Technique into lessons in order to develop a better sound, more fluid technique, and fewer tension-related injuries.
As an active performer, I have performed regularly at venues ranging from Carnegie Hall and Merkin Concert Hall in NYC, to the Baroque Room and Sundin Music Hall in Minnesota, with such ensembles as the New York Youth Symphony, t
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