Bryan Wilson Cello Studio

Bryan Wilson Cello Studio

5.0 (4)
1 employee
12 years in business

About this pro

I am well versed in classical music, but I specialize in improvisation and contemporary styles. I am able to help students take the cello whatever direction they want to go. There isn't one right path. If you have an interest, I will help you develop it. 

I have written 3 books for string instruments, Cello Chords, Beginner String Jams, and Advanced String Jams, that have been utilized by players across the globe. 

Helping someone realize their potential as an artist. They don't have to be a professional. They don't need to make money at it. There's nothing greater to for me than when a student is able to express themselves through music in a convincing and emotional way. That's the greatest joy of all. 

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Teaneck, NJ 07666
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4 Reviews


  • Chris Edwards

    Excellent teacher, lessons are fun and interesting

  • Marcio Rihass

    Excellent musician. Very professional. Very happy with your work.

  • Michael Zuko

    Bryan was recommended to me through a mutual friend, to put a cello part down for a track I was recording. Within days, Bryan sent me the most beautiful piece of music you could imagine, which fit perfectly within the song. A total pro! I highly recommend this talented fellow for all your cello needs.

  • Nioka Workman

    Awesome musician and person

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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I graduated with a BFA in Cello Performance and Music Composition from California Institute of the Arts in 2011. I will receive my Masters of Music in Multi-Style Strings from New Jersey City University in 2022. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Tuition is as follows:

$70 per hour

$60 per 45 minutes

How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching during my years studying music at CalArts. I've always had a great ability to share knowledge with people and help them learn. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with students from 5 years old to 80 years old. From someone who has literally NEVER played any music before to someone who is a professional composer. I've taught a wide range of skill levels, ages, and backgrounds. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Look for someone who is going to motivate you and encourage music as a creative art form. For me, music isn't a sport. It's a means of communicating emotionally and connecting with something deeper. It won't always be easy, but it's worth it. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What are you interested in learning?

Do you want to write your own music?

How do you see yourself using cello in your life?

Lessons offered