Cello Lessons in Cresskill, NJ
Truly great cellists like Schubert, Bartok and Haydn weren't born already knowing how to perform. Time, practice, and a qualified teacher to give you cello lessons are all important.
Receive Quality Cello Lessons in the Comfort of Your Home or in a Teacher's Studio close to Bergen County
Different students learn the cello in different ways. For that reason students have the choice of taking lessons at home or at a teacher's studio. Choose whichever option is most comfortable for you.
We match cello students with great teachers who can show them the ins and outs of performing in styles like classical.
Take a step toward learning to play the cello. Contact Encore Music Lessons, and we'll match you with a cello teacher in Bergen County right away!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
- Affordable Alternatives: Select a cello lesson length that fits your budget .
- No Term Contracts: There's no commitment so you can stop the cello lessons when you want, without being penalized.
- Request a Cresskill cello teacher yourself from our Teacher Directory, or simply let us know your preferred schedule and we'll connect you with an instructor that can accommodate you.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Cresskill area. Take cello lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
Learning any kind of musical instrument or musical style can be a challenge especially for someone like myself who has passed those precious impressionable formative years when acquiring a new skill was much easier. I believe the essential theory and method that Hiromi provides gives the student the training and direction needed to learn and excel in Jazz piano. Hiromi gave me a chance to acquire a wonderful lifetime hobby. Thank you Hiromi, and I'm looking forward to our next lesson!Yoko - New York, NY Teacher: Hiromi K.
About the Cello
The cello developed from the bass violin, first referred to by Jambe de Fer in 1556, which was originally a three-string instrument. The first instance of a composer specifying the bass violin may have been Gabrieli in Sacrae symphoniae, 1597.