About Cello Lessons
Preparing for Your First Lesson
Bring your instrument, bow, and some music you have learned, such as school orchestra music or a solo you have learned with your last teacher.
Bring all of the methods, study books, and repertoire you have studied in the last year to the first lesson, as well as a list of music you have studied in the past.
Bring a regular size spiral notebook for lesson assignments. A partially-used old school notebook is fine!
Lessons are not formal and they aren't intimidating. Learning an instrument is one of the most rewarding activities you can undertake - and we love teaching!
Cello Lesson Rates
$80 for each 1-hour lesson
$60 for each 45-minute lesson
$40 for each 30-minute lesson
Lessons are provided weekly.
Payment is accepted via check, cash, credit card, Venmo, or PayPal. Payment may be made weekly or monthly.
A $20 fee will be charged for any "No-Show" lessons.
Cello Study Books and Supplies:
Renting, Buying, or Repairing Cellos