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Featured Cello Instructors
Ivana Biliskov – Cello
Manuel Papale – Cello
Blake Kitayama – Cello
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As the leading provider of cello lessons, we’re proud to have provided thousands of high quality lessons for students around the world.
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My cello instructor, Ivana, was excellent! She was patient, extremely knowledgeable,and was able to explain the lesson to me with ease so that I could understand it! I looked forward to cello lessons with her with excitement! I would certainly recommend her as an excellent teacher!
Great experience! Super informative, great cello instructor, and very fun.
The average price for a half-hour cello lesson is $38, while we offer lessons at only $30 per a half hour lesson.
Live online cello lessons using video chats generally charge between $30-40 for a half hour lesson. Local private cello lessons range from $40-50 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons cost $30 per student for a half hour lesson.
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Discover Cello at Lesson With You
Our professional cello instructors have advanced degrees in cello with more than 5 years of teaching students of all ages and levels.
Top instructors like ours have also won prizes at international competitions, and have rich experience performing as soloists, orchestra members, and chamber musicians.
Our cello lesson plans are structured, measurable and trackable.
Our cello instructors will provide excellent instruction tailored to each student’s interests, age, goals and skill level.
We also value our student feedback, which will be shared with the instructors for high- quality lesson experience.
Students will need the following equipment for an outstanding learning experience.
- Lesson books
Our client service team will help you find the right equipment for successful online cello lessons.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do online cello lessons work? Is it possible to learn cello online?
What equipment do I need for online cello lessons?
To get the most out of online cello lessons, you will need your own cello, reliable internet connection, and lesson equipment, such as a microphone, computer or laptop, and lesson books. We use Zoom as our live lesson platform. If you have any questions or concerns about the equipment or lesson setup, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our client service team.
How long does it take to learn the cello?
It takes different amounts of time to learn the cello depending on age, musical exposure and background, goals and practice habits. Beginners start with basic techniques and can expect to make progress a few months to a year under the guidance of a qualified teacher. Developing good bowing techniques and tone can take several years to see progress. Learning the cello is a lifelong process. The most important thing is to keep working on the repertoire and polishing techniques through consistent practice routine.
The average price for a half hour cello lesson is $38, but Lesson With You charges only $30. According to our recent cost guide, online cello lessons using video chats typically charge $35 for a half hour lesson. Local lessons range from $40 to $50 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons can cost 30 per half-hour.
At Lesson With You, we offer competitive, fixed rates of $30 for a half hour lesson, $42 for 45 minutes, and $55 per hour.
What's the best age to start cello lessons?
The best age to start cello lessons is whenever you’re ready to expand your repertoire and dedicate your time in learning. Children as young as 5 can begin with a smaller cello, while adults can begin anytime. Children under 10 may need active parental involvement to develop good practice habits. The earliest time to start learning is when you think it’s too late. If you or your child want to make solid progress, start your cello journey today!
Is it possible to take online cello lessons as a complete beginner?
Absolutely! All you need is a cello, a good internet connection and a few other digital equipment. Many online cello teachers, including our own, offer beginner-level instruction tailored to the student’s musical interests. What styles of music are you interested? Do you need help getting cello accessories or choosing music to work on? Sign up our free trial lesson to see how online lessons work for you. With online lessons, you can enjoy learning the cello on a flexible schedule that works for you.
How often and how long should I practice cello each week?
Can I learn the cello without a teacher?
How do I ensure good sound quality during online cello lessons?
To ensure great sound quality during online cello lessons, follow these steps:
- Test internet connection, make sure it’s above 5 Mbps.
- Test audio and video settings
- Use a high-quality external microphone
- Adjust specific settings for the video chat platform
- Position your webcam and instrument correctly
At our music school, we use Zoom as our live lesson platform, which requires optimal sound setting for successful lessons. If you need help, please contact our support line.