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Singing Lessons, Violin Lessons, Guitar Lessons, Piano Lessons, Music Theory Lessons, Flute Lessons

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Offers remote services
  • Serves Austin, TX
Erica has worked with my children for about two months now and has exceeded all of my expectations! She is extremely professional, and committed to my children’s learning. Erica also works very well with kids by making them feel comfortable and lovingly keeping them on task, while also encouraging and challenging them. She provides notes form their sessions as well as homework related to the subjects discussed and other appropriate topics. I decided to get a tutor for my kids due to my not wanting them to fall behind as a result of the shelter in place related COVID -19’s need for distance learning. Initially, I was going to have their tutor be someone used in conjunction with distance learning and discontinue the aide at the end of the school year. However, I’ve now decided to have them continue to use her services through the summer and as long as possible and needed. My kids actually look forward to their sessions! I am very thankful for Erica and appreciate all she’s done! \n\n-Jackie M.See more

$25

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$25

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Erica has worked with my children for about two months now and has exceeded all of my expectations! She is extremely professional, and committed to my children’s learning. Erica also works very well with kids by making them feel comfortable and lovingly keeping them on task, while also encouraging and challenging them. She provides notes form their sessions as well as homework related to the subjects discussed and other appropriate topics. I decided to get a tutor for my kids due to my not wanting them to fall behind as a result of the shelter in place related COVID -19’s need for distance learning. Initially, I was going to have their tutor be someone used in conjunction with distance learning and discontinue the aide at the end of the school year. However, I’ve now decided to have them continue to use her services through the summer and as long as possible and needed. My kids actually look forward to their sessions! I am very thankful for Erica and appreciate all she’s done! \n\n-Jackie M.

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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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