Three red squirrels are gearing up this metal, steampunk cello in our Innovations in Cello-Making Materials exhibition poster. The poster comes framed and is great for a teaching studio, office, or home. The poster is printed on thick, durable, matte paper, and the matte black frame is made from wood
Liven up any space with this cute framed poster of a wallaby with a cello-playing joey. This artwork created especially for The Cello Museum is printed on thick, durable, matte paper in a matte black frame that’s made from wood from renewable forests. Sizes: Small 10 x 10 in Medium
Liven up any space with this cute poster of a cello-playing ring-tailed lemur with a baby on its back. This artwork created especially for The Cello Museum is printed on thick, durable, matte paper in a matte black frame that’s made from wood from renewable forests. Comes in 4 sizes:
This week I was privileged to speak with cellist and author, Janet Horvath, about her powerful memoir, The Cello Still Sings: A Generational Story of the Holocaust and of the Transformative Power of Music. Janet Horvath is an award-winning professional cellist and writer who served as the associate principal cellist
This month we’re thrilled to welcome cellist and writer, Dr. Sarah Freiberg, to the Cello Museum. This summer she and her husband—and her Merlin cello—went to England to see a mechanical swan. Read on to find out more. The Magic of the Silver Swan A majestic mechanical silver swan, weighing
This is Part II in our Cellos and Animals series. Part I about some of cellists’ best friends—dogs—is here. Sometime last year, I put out a call for cello-lovers to send me their pet photos, anecdotes, and videos. Our Cello Museum family overwhelmed us with lovely photos of their pets.
A Gut Feeling About This We’ve had several requests for an article about cello strings. In my work on this topic, I was thrilled to interview Jason Calloway, cellist of the Amernet String Quartet, Ensemble-in-Residence at Florida International University in Miami. Florida was the only place I’ve lived where I
Gift ideas for people who love the cello. Whatever holidays you celebrate, here are suggestions to help you shop. For Everyone Who Loves the Cello It’s hard to believe the holidays are upon us. This year we’ve got recommendations from some of our Cello Museum team members and suggestions from
The Cello Guild Courses – Asynchronous Guild Classes – The Cello Guild is offering four courses designed especially for adult cello students in a series taught by our very own Erica Lessie (of Postcards from Erica) called “Fret Not, Dear Cellist.” These courses cover cello positions, and asynchronous classes are available now.
Become a Cello Museum Founder! – Perks $5 – Pau Casals Coloring Page $25 – Professionally digitally restored photograph of Pau Casals ready to print. $100 – Name on Founders Cello. This is the first level where you are considered a Cello Museum Founder. $250 – Founders T-Shirt or Mug + Name on Founders