April 2024 Postcards from Erica

Postcards from Erica – April 2024

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by  Asian composers? Look no further.  This month, I’m sending you the second installment in my new series of postcards on unaccompanied works for cello by Asian composers. You can find my previous postcards in the series here. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style digital

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February 2024 Postcards from Erica

Postcards from Erica – February 2024

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further.  This month, I’m sending you the eleventh installment in this year’s series of postcards on unaccompanied works for cello by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers. You can find my previous installments here. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style

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Postcards from Erica January 2024

Postcards from Erica January 2024

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further.  This month, I’m sending you the tenth installment in this year’s series of postcards on unaccompanied works for cello by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers. You can find my previous installments here. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style

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Finding the Perfect Cello Chair

Finding the Perfect Cello Chair

If you are an average-height adult, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about chairs. I am one of those lucky people who can grab just about any chair and plop down with my cello. But I frequently change out chairs for my students, as they range in height from

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Postcards from Erica Nov 2023

Postcards from Erica December 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further.  This month, I’m sending you the ninth installment in this year’s series of postcards on unaccompanied works for cello by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers. You can find my previous installments here. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style

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Erica's Favorite Rockstops

Erica’s Favorite Rockstops

Endpin slipping? Here are Erica’s favorite rockstops. Remember when you got your supply list when first starting to play the cello? Did you wonder what a rockstop was and why you needed one? A rockstop, whatever you call it – an endpin rest, an endpin anchor, an endpin holder –

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Postcards from Erica October 2023

Postcards from Erica October 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further.  This month, I’m sending you the eighth installment in this year’s series of postcards on unaccompanied works for cello by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers. You can find my previous installments here. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style

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Postcards from Erica September 2023

Postcards from Erica September 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style digital postcards to introduce listeners to new-to-you cello music and to help cellists, orchestra directors, cello teachers, and students seeking new repertoire, contest pieces, and supplemental literature. This month, I’m sending

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August 2023 Postcards from Erica

Postcards from Erica August 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style digital postcards to introduce listeners to new-to-you cello music and to help cellists, orchestra directors, cello teachers, and students seeking new repertoire, contest pieces, and supplemental literature. This month I’m sending

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Postcards from Erica July 2023

Postcards from Erica July 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic and Latino/Latina composers? Look no further. I created my online “just-the-facts-ma’am”-style digital postcards to introduce listeners to new-to-you cello music and to help cellists, orchestra directors, cello teachers, and students seeking new repertoire, contest pieces, and supplemental literature. This month I’m sending

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