The cello is an amazing instrument which can bring you in a wonderful world of music. Teaching the cello was and still is my pleasure and I would gladly teach you everything I know. My believe is that there is no age limit for starting or continuing learning how to play the cello. That's why I teach students at all ages and levels. First of all, together we will make a plan that fits your needs and helps you achieve your goals. You will be challenged a bit each lesson, which will confidently lead you to good results. You will get familiar with a cello repertoire and - if that's your objective - will be able to perform in front of an audience after a while. Please contact me if you are interested in private cello lessons or if you have any questions.
The piano is a great instrument to start with at the earliest age. And for sure playing the piano can be mastered absolutely at any age. It is also very helpful when you study music theory at the same time. For instance, you are learning two main clef signs almost from the beginning. I began to learn how to play the piano when I was seven years old. I continuously took the piano as a second instrument at almost all institutions where I studied. It was always a lot of fun to compare two different instruments. I have been teaching the piano for five years. Please contact me if you are interested in private piano lessons or if you have any questions.
Music Theory Lessons
It goes without saying that music theory is an important part of music education. I strongly recommend to not neglect learning at least basic music theory while you are taking lessons on any music instrument. The main point is to be able to recognize notes and sight-read from simple to more challenging music. There should be also an understanding about the harmony and key of a given piece. All these together will give the student an advanced sense of both technical and emotional sides of the music and will help to express themself better. Please contact me if you are interested in music theory lessons or if you have any questions.