Cello Lesson

Styles Suzuki Method, Classical
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Post-Graduate
Suitability Ages 3 years and up
Pricing from $35

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“Character first, Ability second”

  • Dr Shinichi Suzuki

Belief that talent is not inborn but an ability that is developed is at the core of Kenichi’s teaching philosophy. The same approach is used when teaching children to speak leading to unlimited learning potential.

Together wth the parent(s), Kenichi will work logically and systematically to develop your child’s ability.

For more information on the Suzuki Philosophy, please visit:

http://www.suzukimusic.org.au/suzuki.htm

Kenichi began learning cello from his Suzuki teacher father father from the age of two.
He studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with Susan Blake later taking up studies in Bremen, Germany under Professor Alexander Baillie.

contact Kenichi: kenichicello86@gmail.com mob: +61 435 029 026

Lessons take place at Kenichi's Gladesville or Moore Park studio. In home lessons are also available. If you would like to know more, please contact 0435029026 to discuss the best option for you.

Rates are as follows:

One on one coaching is available in:

  • 20minute ($35)
  • 30 minute ($50)
  • hour ($100) sessions
    Small group coaching (minimum 6 students) together is conducted in hour long sessions at $35/child.
    Skype lessons are also available

Skype lessons (or google video chat/hangout) are available to students with a good internet connection and a good microphone and webcam (subject to testing to ensure your lessons will be of the highest quality). Microphones such as Blue’s Yeti are available for under $200 and simply connect to your computer via USB. This can work in situations where you cannot make it to the lesson physically temporarily, or even if you live in another country.

Sydney, NSW
Travelling in the local area
0435 029 026
1-3 Cambridge Street
Gladesville, NSW
0435 029 026
School
556 Cleveland Street
Moore Park, NSW
0435 029 026

Details last updated on December 19, 2020