Starting Age: 5 and Up
One-on-One Music Lessons
30-Minute, 45-Minute or 60-Minute Music Lessons
All cello lessons are taught as private, one-on-one music instruction and are available in lengths of 30, 45, and 60 minutes. We suggest kids and teenagers begin with 30-minute lessons and progress to longer lengths as your teacher recommends. For adults who have some previous experience, we recommend starting with 45- or 60-minute lessons.
CELLO LESSONS FOR KIDS & TEENAGERS
Because we understand that young children need extra encouragement, we strive to be patient, understanding, and make lessons fun and engaging. Lessons include fundamentals – such as posture, instrument position, bow and left hand technique, and music reading – and our teachers mix in fun songs and games to keep young students engaged.
CELLO LESSONS FOR ADULTS
Beginning adult cello lessons work on basic ideas, such as technique and note reading. Intermediate and advanced students focus on repertoire and advanced techniques, such as spiccato, shifting, and vibrato, as well as note reading, listening, and theory.
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS FAQ
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Baltimore School of Music offers flexible enrollment, so students can start and end anytime during the school year.
Once you register, your music lessons occur each week with the same teacher, day, and time.
Baltimore School of Music welcomes students of all levels, from beginners to advanced musicians. Our teachers are passionate about helping you reach your goals, regardless of your experience.
Our dedicated administrative staff will match you with the best music teacher depending on your availability, previous experience, and what you’re looking for in music lessons.
Baltimore School of Music carries a comprehensive selection of instruments, books, and accessories students can purchase for their music lessons. We have top-of-the-line acoustic pianos in our classrooms for students to use for music lessons. For all other instruments, students need to bring their own instrument to their lessons.