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So you've decided you want to learn more about the cello. Congratulations! You've already taken the first step. Next you will need a good cello teacher. The right teacher can make all the difference, because teaching is more than just writing down exercises and drills. A gifted an instructor can inspire you want to learn more, and motivate you when you get frustrated.
We want you to succeed
Finding a good cello teacher can be hard work on your own. At Encore Music Lessons it's our mission to help connect you with the best teachers in your area.
Experience with live performance is something that cannot be over-valued when considering a cello teacher. Afterall, the whole point of taking cello lessons is so that you can actually play!
Lincoln Center, The Kimmel Center, Carnegie Hall, The Ford Center, and Alice Tully Hall are just a few of the venues the teachers we work with have performed in.
The teachers you'll see in our Teacher Directory are highly trained, and have attended schools such as The Berklee School of Music, Curtis Institute, The Manhattan School of Music, The New School, and others.
Your road to musical success is a phone call away. Contact us today to find out how you can get started!
Wendy provides voice lessons to both of our teenage children, ages 16 and 14 years old. She is truly outstanding. Wendy has a calming way about her that puts our kids at ease and makes the lessons enjoyable. She is very professional, always on time, and a pleasure to work with. She is outstanding at identifying strengths and weaknesses in vocal performance and has really helped both of our children improve. She comes highly recommended!Mark & Kelly - Arlington Heights, IL Teacher: Wendy P.
About the Cello
The cello is most closely associated with European classical music, and has been described as the closest sounding instrument to the human voice.