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
Meet fabulous cellist, early music specialist, professor, and writer, Dr. Sarah Freiberg, and learn about her delightful new album with cello duo partner, Colleen McGary-Smith: Have Cellos, Will Travel. Meet Cellist Sarah Freiberg One reason I love my job is that I get to have great conversations with wonderful cellists.
Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions to start playing the cello? We highly recommend Carolyn Hagler’s Cello Discovery. Read on to learn more. Meet Cellist Carolyn Hagler Longtime cellist and pedagogue, Carolyn Hagler, is the creator of Cello Discovery, a website that helps older beginners learn how to play
Meet Paola Beals Paola Beals is an avid adult amateur cellist. She also happens to be deaf. Her love for the cello is inspiring, and the Cello Museum is thrilled to share her story in this interview. As the Cello Museum curator, I had the great fortune to interview Paola
Miranda Wilson, Cellist and Writer Miranda Wilson is a cellist, a professor of cello at the University of Idaho, and the author of two books. One is Cello Practice Cello Performance. Even in my work, it is rare to come across someone so passionate about cello and writing that they
This month we spoke with internationally acclaimed recording artist and cello soloist, Nancy Green. She has been likened to cellists who have become household names, including Mstislav Rostropovich, Yo-Yo Ma, Leonard Rose, and Jacqueline du Pré. In the full interview, Nancy and our curator, Brenda Neece, covered a wide range of