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Arts in CT
4.8
from 22 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 41 hires on Thumbtack
Tia S.
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My child has just started taking singing lessons. Due to Barbara understanding and knowledge she's making it a very good experience.

Continuo Music At Home
4.9
from 16 reviews
  • 23 years in business
  • 38 hires on Thumbtack
Colette G.
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Barb's Continuo Home Music Lessons provided home lessons to my son. Not only was the instructor very talented, but they knew exactly how to interact with a young person to keep his interest throughout the lesson and encouraged practicing beyond the lesson. Barb is always prompt and goes out of her way to accomodate scheduling issues.

City Strings & Piano NYC
5.0
from 9 reviews
  • 12 hires on Thumbtack
Joshua L.
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My son Aidan has been working with Mosa Tsay as his cello teacher, and she's been awesome! I would highly recommend Mosa and City Strings & Piano NYC!

Top Pro
Private Music Lessons
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 46 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Grace L.
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My daughter has been taking violin lessons with David since she was 9 years old; and more recently, she has started classical, acoustic guitar lessons the summer before entering college. He is a dedicated professional and diligent in making sure his students learn correct technique and become more musical in their own personal way. More importantly, David has the ability to keep his lessons fun and varied! Her lessons have always been highlights of my daughter's week! I recommend David without hesitation.

Cello Lesson
4.8
from 6 reviews
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
R. A.
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Very strong fundamentals, explains well, and sets one at ease with her kind smile. I've taken lessons from top notch people and she breaks things down simply, emphasizing proper technique.

Ken Kubota, Cello Teacher
5.0
from 4 reviews
    Sue B.
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    Ken is an excellent cello teacher!! He is patient and tolerant. He takes the time to explain the details & the history of the instrument, the music, finger positions, bow and everything to do with learning a new instrument. Would recommend him to anyone, especially if you are learning late in life!!

    • 9 hires on Thumbtack
    Dawn L.
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    I was looking for a cello, violin and piano teacher for my 2 daughters and was lucky to find Furuya Sisters using Thumbtack. They are musical, friendly and my daughters enjoy classes with them. Thoroughly recommend anybody looking for music teachers to contact them!

    Andrey
    5.0
    from 3 reviews
    • 16 years in business
    Laura F.
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    Besides being a gifted musician, Andrey is also an excellent teacher. His expertise and passion for music and cello is an inspiration to his students.

    • 16 years in business
    • 3 hires on Thumbtack
    Susan B.
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    Daniel is not only an amazing musician - he is a wonderful teacher! He is reliable, friendly, and patient and connects with students of all ages. Daniel has a knack for understanding each student as an individual, and tailors his lessons to bring out each student's unique talents. You will not be disappointed if you choose Daniel as your cello teacher!

    Castle Music
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
    • 48 years in business
    Helen D.
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    Ron has been teaching my son Matt classical bass since he was in the 4th grade. He is now a freshman in college. Thanks to Ron and his innate talent and great personality Matt is a very gifted musician. During his school years here while with Ron he qualified for All County Orchestra a number of times. I can't say enough good things about Ron. He is a genius on many levels. I clearly think he is the BEST!!

    Learn Cello Studio
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Dinah D.
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      Best cello teacher I’ve ever had! Her wisdom, her expertise, enthusiasm, love of teaching, and most of all her patience made my learning a better experience...highly recommended

      Rachel Siu
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 1 hire on Thumbtack
      Thumbtack Customer
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      Rachel is patient and fun to be with. Her manner is teriffic, and learning correctly is important to her. I enjoyed my first lesson the cello...and am hopeful!

      Mitzy G.
      Verified review

      Larry was a very attentive teacher who understood my particular needs and goals

      • 2 hires on Thumbtack
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      I offer private cello lessons, music theory tutoring, and ear training lessons. I play cello for gigs and events including weddings.

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      I teach cello and piano lessons privately, at my house or yours. I can play all levels of cello. I am a professional cellist. I have Suzuki certification and experience, although I teach using the traditional methods as well.

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      First Prize Winner of National ASTA Solo Competition (2010), Former section member of Rochester Philharmonic (2014-15), Associate Member of Chicago Civic Orchestra (2015-Present). M.M in Cello Performance, Eastman School of Music. P.S in Orchestral Performance, Manhattan School of Music. Private teaching since 2012 and experienced with different levels of students. Making music viable and fun for my students.

      • 11 years in business
      About

      Aminda Asher is a classically trained cellist who teaches and performs in New York City. She is a certified Suzuki teacher who loves inspiring kids and families to love playing the cello. Aminda has many young students as well as adult students that range from beginning to advanced. She has been teaching in the New York area for the last 10 years and loves it more every year. She teaches under the Suzuki philosophy that "every child can" play music and makes it her mission to engage each student and get them excited about cello in their own individual way. Aminda not only teaches privately at her studio in Inwood, but is also currently on faculty at the 92nd Street Y School of Music, Turtle Bay Music School, and the Lucy Moses School.

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      I am young and energetic, and truly interested in the progress of students. I learn a lot from teaching, and I really enjoy watching students grow.

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      I have all pedagogical levels of cello training and I use technology in my teaching to help gain the interest of my students, along with precise practice and performance methods. I am also trained in the Alexander technique and use that approach in my playing and teaching.

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      I am a first-year college student from The Juilliard School. Unlike other students, since I have been led to some wrong places and I tried so hard to correct them with time, I know every single thing that makes performance better and easier. My job is to teach students on how to use their limited time to improve their techniques or music with my 14 years of experience in practicing and performance. Since this is my first time of official teaching, and I came from China, I love to give everyone first lesson for free.

      Q & A

      Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

      How hard is it to learn to play the cello?

      Taking cello lessons can be a rewarding experience for students young and old. The rich sound of the cello is well-loved in classical music and is found in all genres of contemporary music from modern folk to rock. As with any instrument, how hard it is to learn to play cello depends on the practice and dedication you put into it. It’s true that some people are naturally more adept at learning instruments than others, but with lessons and a daily commitment, you too can learn to play the cello.

      Cello lessons can be a smart investment, especially for new players. Even professional cellists benefit greatly from ongoing training, but for those new to cello it’s especially important for forming a strong foundation for playing. From the proper posture to understanding finger positions, regular cello lessons give you a benchmark to measure your daily practice against. With a professional cello teacher guiding you, the sky’s the limit.

      How much are cello lessons?

      Cello lessons are a great way to anchor and guide your cello practice, regardless of your skill level. From top symphony performers to first-time music students in elementary school, cello lessons correct your flaws and help your strengths shine. The cost of cello lessons will vary, depending on the reputation and experience of your teacher, the length and frequency of your lessons, and where you live. Students who have regularly scheduled lessons and pay in advance often pay less per lesson than drop-in students who schedule lessons as needed. Here are some examples of average cello lesson costs:

      • 30-minute cello lesson: $30, when a minimum of 4 lessons per month are pre-paid.
        • Cost for drop-in lesson: $35.
      • 45-minute cello lesson: $35, when a minimum of 4 lessons per month are pre-paid.
        • Cost for drop-in lesson: $40-$45.
      • 60-minute cello lesson: $40, when a minimum of 4 lessons per month are pre-paid.
        • Cost for drop-in lesson: $50-$55.
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