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Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Online Performances

Below are upcoming, online events. Be sure to click on the source link for exact details of times, time zones, and ticket prices.


9 April 12:15 PM PDT and 11 April 2 PM PDT (available for 1 month afterward)

Classical Crossroads and First Fridays at First! ffff – Cellists Emilio and Cara Elise Colón, and Pianist Steven Vanhauwaert 

 

EMILIO COLÓN , CARA ELISE COLÓN, and STEVEN VANHAUWAERT

Emilio Colón, Cara Elise Colón, and Steven Vanhauwaert

 

Performance in two parts, Part I on 9 April, Part II on 11 April.

Click here for more information.

Watch here.


9 April 2:30 PM EDT

Guest Lecture: Re-Imagining Latin American Music from the Cello with Germán Marcano 

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Germán Marcano

As former principal cellist of Venezuela’s world-famous Simón Bolivar Symphony, producer of three albums devoted to his re-interpretations of folk music, and co-creator of The Sphinx Catalogue of Latin American Cello Works, Germán Marcano has forged a creative, fresh, and up-to-date identity for Latin American music, one that crosses boundaries between art and folk music, performance practices and music creation.

Free and open to the public. Advance registration to attend is required. Please email David Biedender at dmb@msu.edu to receive access to this Zoom meeting.


9 April 7:30 PM EDT

Emanuel Gruber Recital

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Photo by Jim Dillinger

You are invited to a guest artist recital online this Friday at 7:30 pm Eastern time with cello professor Emanuel Gruber of East Carolina University. Prof. Gruber will be playing Bach Suites for this program. Please give yourself time to log in, as you will need to register for this zoom meeting.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://tennessee.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYuduCvrT8qHNcjo2XTR7MEOtCaBcXwsKR1


9 April 7:30 PM CDT

Dirty Cello – Streaming from Auburn State Theatre

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Dirty Cello

Dirty Cello will stream their exhilarating, high energy show Friday, April 9, 2021 from Auburn State Theatre. Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you’ve never heard before. From down home blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin’ bluegrass, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping!

‘The group seamlessly careens from blues to bluegrass and rock in a way that really shouldn’t make sense but somehow does.’ – LA Times

‘The band plays every style imaginable, and does some fantastic covers. (Their rendition of “Purple Haze” is incredible.) But what is most spectacular about them is hearing the depth of soul in Roudman’s playing—it goes beyond what most people would expect from the instrument. She plays it with so much heart, you’ll wonder why more bands don’t have a cellist.’ – Good Times Santa Cruz

View the performance on the Auburn State Theatre YouTube page.


10 April 3 PM EDT

Adrian Bradbury, solo cello – Bach and Beyond

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Adrian Bradbury, solo cello – Bach and Beyond

Tune in at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FomtjoNARrI

Adrian Bradbury, cello – live from Clare Hall

“Bradbury’s technique is dazzling, yet however showy the pyrotechnics get, he always returns to a simple, warm tone for the lyrical melodies.[….] In these strange times, these beautiful melodies, decorated with such virtuosic abandon and performed so effortlessly, provide the perfect balm.”

Cellist Adrian Bradbury explores music from the opposite ends of Bach’s treasure-trove of music for solo cello – a genre that he virtually invented. The sixth and final Suite presents some of Bach’s most ebullient, invigorating, infectious music. It was composed for a cello with an extra string (though Adrian plays it tonight on the normal 4-string instrument, a technical feat in itself). Its six movements are interleaved tonight with two short Bach-inspired ‘Songs’ by Philip Glass, reflecting a thoughtful and little-heard side of that composer. Pianissimo is a beautiful and enchanting work by Latvian composer Peteris Vasks which provides a perfect interlude before Adrian ends with Bach’s familiar and much loved First Suite, music to heal the heart.

Programme:
🎶 Bach, Cello Suite no. 6 in D
🎶 Glass, Song III, VI
🎶 Vasks, Pianissimo
🎶 Bach, Cello Suite no. 1 in G


10 April 7 PM EDT (on view through 2 May)

Cellist Thomas Mesa and Organist Greg Zelek

Performed from the magnificent setting of Longwood Gardens.

Program
Beethoven: 7 Variations in Eb Major
Debussy: Beau Soir
Bach: Prelude & Fugue
Dvořák: Cello Concerto in B minor, Mvmt 2
Rossini: Finale from “William Tell Overture”
Lydia Jane Pugh: Carolina’s Jig
Lecuona: La Comparsa & Malagueña

Tickets $10.

Click here for tickets and more information.


10 April 7 PM PDT

Colburn Next Up Series – Retrouvé: Rediscovering the Past – Cellist Eric Byers and Pianist Kevin Kwan Loucks

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week - 26 March

On the heels of recording their album this past fall, alumnus Eric Byers and Kevin Kwan Loucks will perform selections from the forthcoming release as well as a selection from Arvo Pärt.

Program Information
MONSIEUR DE SAINTE-COLOMBE Le Retrouve
ROBERT SCHUMANN Fantasiestücke, Op. 73
STRAVINSKY Suite Italienne
ARVO PÄRT Fratres
MARIN MARAIS Voix Humaines

Click here to register.

Click here for series information.


11 April 8 PM EDT (available through 25 April 11:59 PM EDT)

Cartes Blanches – Leong – Tétreault – Salov

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 2 April

Cartes Blanches

– VIRTUAL CONCERT –
As the closing concert of this first edition of the Cartes Blanches Series, and as a world premiere, three stars on the Quebec and international scene – Kerson Leong (violin), Stéphane Tétreault (cello) and Serhiy Salov (piano) – will be specially reunited on stage to form a trio that promises to be as impressive as dazzling.

Program
Antonín Dvořák, Piano Trio No. 4 in E Minor, op. 90, B. 166, “Dumky”
Sergei Rachmaninoff, Trio élégiaque No. 1 in G Minor

Ticket information here.


13 April 9 PM GMT+2

Gautier Capuçon sur Seine

Attend the event concert of Gautier Capuçon sur Seine, vibrate to the sounds of his latest album “Emotions” and share a unique experience, a concert to live from your home! Find Gautier Capuçon sur Seine accompanied by Jerôme Ducros at the piano, in Livestream concert with the program of the album Emotions from the Seine on Tuesday April 13 at 9 p.m. Let yourself be guided by this musical stroll on the Seine and enjoy the beauty of Paris at night.

  • Live the minutes before the start of the concert, from Gautier Capuçon’s dressing room until he arrives on stage!

  • Enjoy 4 different camera angles and freely choose which one you want to see!

  • Chat live, comment, react!


15 April 6 PM EDT

Mapping without Boundaries: A Collaboration between Yo-Yo Ma and U-M

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Mapping Without Boundaries

Maps are used to represent physical topographies of land or borders between nations, and to assist with directing us to a desired destination. But can they also be used to represent emotions? To make unseen connections? Or to understand the past or move forward into a new future? Can the arts help to shape a new kind of map?

A new residency with international performing artist Yo-Yo Ma, launched by the University of Michigan Arts Initiative in partnership with the University Musical Society, will explore these ideas.

Ma will join a newly-formed steering committee composed of six U-M students and three Michigan-based artists from Ann Arbor, Flint, and Dearborn—representing all three campuses—who will be charged with the development of new variations of maps that will express what the U-M community has experienced in the past year.

Join us for an event with Yo-Yo Ma to launch this collaboration.

Register for the free event here.


15 April 7:30 PM MDT

Bach in the Community

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Zuill Bailey

Mesa Arts Center’s Classical Music Inside Out series aims to broaden access to and appreciation for classical music with all ages through a diverse range of community engagements. Led by Artistic Director and GRAMMY-award winning cellist Zuill Bailey, the Classical Music Inside Out programs bring the sounds of classical music to schools, community groups, hospitals and more to Mesa and throughout the Valley.

Register for this free event.


15 April 9 PM EDT

It Takes Two to Tango, episode 2

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

It Takes Two to Tango

  • Cable WQLN PBS
  • Antennae WQLN PBS Channel 54.1
  • Livestream wqln.org/eriephil
  • Daniel Meyer music director
    Nicholas Canellakis cello
    Michael Brown piano
  • Program to include music from:
    Bach Keyboard Concerto in d minor
    Walker Lyric for Strings
    Golijov Last Round
    Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile for Cello and Orchestra
    Elgar Introduction and Allegro

15 April 5 PM PDT, 16 April 7:30 PM EDT, 17 April 2 PM, 7:30 PM EDT, 18 April 2 PM EDT

AN ILIAD: A LIVE PERFORMANCE

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

John Tufts and Jonathan Flaksman

Crafted around the stories of Achilles and Hector, in language that is by turns poetic and conversational, An Iliad brilliantly refreshes Homer’s classic poem. What emerges is a powerful and lively piece of theatrical storytelling the use of a single actor and musician that vividly drives home the timelessness of mankind’s compulsion toward violence.

The production, directed by ETC’s artistic director Jonathan Fox, will take place on the stage of ETC’s theatrical home, The New Vic.  With minimal stage design but with creative videography, each of the five performances will be live (not recorded), and therefore each performance will be distinctive.

This production contains strong language.

Tickets are $30 per device.


17 April 7:30 PM EDT

A concert of Beethoven’s cello sonatas played by UNCSA alumnus Lachezar Kostov.

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 2 April

Lachezar Kostov

Cellist Kostov, who received his Master of Music at UNCSA in 2006, has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States, Japan, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom and his native Bulgaria. Prior to his appointment with the Baltimore Symphony he was a tenured member of the San Antonio Symphony and also performed regularly with the Houston Symphony. While at UNCSA, he won the concerto competition and was the national winner in the Young Artists Competition of the Music Teachers National Association.

Kostov has toured worldwide as part of the Kostov-Valkov Duo, with pianist and University of Utah faculty member Victor Valkov. The Kostov-Valkov Duo made its Carnegie Hall debut in Zankel Hall in 2009, and in 2011 won the Liszt-Garisson International Competition, where it was also awarded the Liszt Prize and all special prizes in the collaborative artists category. The duo has recorded two CDs.

Register for free tickets here.


18 April 2 PM EDT

Mira Kardan, cello – Sound Espressivo Laureates’ Recital

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Mira Kardan

Fourteen-year Mira Kardan attends the Colburn School where she studies with acclaimed cellist Clive Greensmith. She began her cello studies in the Colburn Community School with Nancy Yamagata at age five. Mira has attended summer programs including the Heifetz Institute and Indiana University’s Summer String Academy. At the Colburn School, Mira has served as principal cello of the Community School’s String Orchestra and has been selected to play on the bi-annual Honors Recital. Additionally, her piano trio was chosen as for the School’s Honors Chamber Ensemble program. Her trio has won first place on two occasions in the regional division of MTAC’s VOCE competition. Now a member of Colburn’s prestigious Music Academy for gifted young artists, Mira participates in a comprehensive program of musical studies that include music theory, history, lessons and ensembles. Additionally, Mira has had the opportunity to study cello and chamber music with Hans Jensen, Amir Eldan, Peter Stumpf, Fabio Bidini, Susan Moses, and the Calidore Quartet.

Mira is currently in the ninth grade at the Geffen Academy at UCLA. Her interests include reading, writing, and listening to music of all genres. She also enjoys travelling and experiencing new international cuisines. Mira lives in Los Angeles with her parents and beloved rescue dog, Daisy.

Mira will give all proceeds go (sic.) to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

This concert is public, no purchase necessary to view and attend.

Please consider donating to support the musicians and the concert series.

Watch here.


18 April 3 PM CDT

Racine Symphony with Nolan Boerner

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Nolan Boerner

The performance includes Cantum in Memorium Benjamin Britten by Arvo Pärt and Benjamin Britten’s Simple Symphony. The featured soloist is 2021 Young Artists’ Competition winner Nolan Boerner performing Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor.

This performance, broadcast from Bedford Hall on the UW-Parkside campus, is available free of charge on the RSO YouTube Channel.

Also included as part of this event is the PreConcert Conversation, an interview with Nolan Boerner which will be available at 2:30 pm via YouTube.


19 April 7:30 PM EDT

An Enchanting Evening with Julian Schwarz

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Julain Schwarz

Acclaimed for his powerful tone, effortless virtuosity and extraordinarily large color palate, guest cellist Julian Schwarz reunites with his father on the podium to perform two of the program’s four Palm Beach Symphony premieres. He performs Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1, a work which the Hartford Courant noted of a previous concert by Schwarz, is “filled with tricky figuration…Schwarz heard beyond the virtuosic elements. Warmth and a variety of colors emerged in his lyrical playing.” He also treats the audience to the melodious and tranquil respite of Dvořák: Silent Woods for cello and orchestra. Palm Beach Symphony presents two early works that foreshadowed their composers’ future greatness: William Grant Still’s jazz and blues influenced expression of the Black experience Darker America and Mendelssohn’s fluid and ultimately fiery Symphony No. 1.

Tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance.



Online Programs and Events


Win a Year of Free Lessons!

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 5 March

ArtistWorks

Enter a drawing for a year of free lessons via video exchange with cellist Mike Block. Click here to enter.


Fridays 4 PM EDT

Live Chakra Cleansing with Deep Ambient Cello

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week - 26 March

Prepare to relax and join The Wong Janice on this weekly 45-minute journey of deep ambient cello pieces aligned with the 7 major chakras that will leave you feeling more open and calm. The performance is a live interpretation of pieces from her 10-day Insight Timer course: Chakra Cleansing with Deep Cello. This event is hosted in collaboration with the meditation app Insight Timer.

Note: You can either join via a web browser on desktop / mobile device, or if you prefer, you can download the Insight Timer App for easy access on a mobile device.

It is free to join, but register via Eventbrite to get the details of the live-stream. If you wish to make a donation, you can do that here.


Saturdays 9:30-10:45 AM EDT

The Cello Camerata

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 26 February

The Cello Camerata

The Cello Camerata is an online, international weekly masterclass, organized in four-week sessions, for students of advanced repertoire. Our core team of three established teachers (Wendy Warner, Jonathan Kramer, and Lisa Liske), with two monthly additional expert guest teachers from around the world, presents a learning community online for the collegial exchange of insights and inspiration about the art of cello playing and musicianship…The Camerata masterclasses feature concerto-level players from pre-teen through graduate school. Students of all ages (including adult amateurs)…are invited to audit the masterclasses….Please visit The Cello Camerata website for more information.

April guest artists are Alban Gerhardt and Bonshin Ko.Teachers may observe for free. All others may audit for one week for free before registering for a four-week session. Visit The Cello Camerata website for registration and tuition information. Scholarships are available.


Saturdays 11 AM – 12 PM EDT

The Junior Cello Camerata

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 26 February

The Cello Camerata

The Junior Cello Camerata offers intermediate cellists of all ages (including adult amateurs) masterclass lessons, or the opportunity to observe rather than perform solos, as well as a twenty-minute weekly technique class for all with cellos in hand. It is an online, international weekly gather taught by Wendy Warner, Jonathan Kramer, and Lisa Liske.

Teachers may observe for free. All others may audit for one week for free before registering for a four-week session. Visit The Cello Camerata website for registration and tuition information. Scholarships are available.


27 June – 16 July (Performer Application Due 15 April. Auditor Registration Due 17 May.)

Eastman Virtual Summer Cello Workshop

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 19 March

Eastman Virtual Summer Cello Workshop

Cora Swenson Lee, coordinator

Faculty: Alan Harris, Eastman School of Music; Kathleen Kemp, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra; Cora Swenson Lee, Illinois State and Illinois Wesleyan Universities; Lisa Caravan, Eastman School of Music; Daniel Ketter, Missouri State University

Guest faculty: David Ying, Eastman School of Music; Rosemary Elliott, Eastman School of Music; John Delmonico, Delmonico and Dugdale Strings

A three-week intensive course designed to help students develop strategies for learning and mastering the cello. Group classes will focus on techniques for healthy playing and longevity at the instrument, as well as techniques specific to solo and orchestral repertoire. Students will receive lessons with faculty members, perform in masterclasses for Eastman School of Music faculty, and participate in classes and topical workshops such as: “Developing Efficiency in Practice,” “Understanding the Bach Cello Suites,” “Audition Preparation,” and “Wellness for Cellists.”

Repertoire covered during the Institute will include Bach Cello Suites and other works for unaccompanied cello, standard concertos and etudes, and orchestral excerpts; specific pieces will be determined upon acceptance to the program. Students will be working from the Eastman Cello Institute Technique Book (free with registration).

To apply and for more information, click here.


5 April – 13 May

COAP Intensive – with Detroit Symphony assistant principal cellist Abraham Feder

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 19 March

Abraham Feder

Along with Chicago Symphony cellist Brant Taylor, Abraham Feder will host the Comprehensive Orchestral Audition Preparation (COAP) Intensive. Visit the website for details and registration.


11 April 2 PM CDT, 13 April 7 PM CDT

C’elle Zoom Meetups

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

International Cello Institute

ICI is thrilled to announce the creation of a global community of women cellists – the C’ELLE Initiative.

Gender inequality in the arts has always been an issue and while many women cellists pursue brilliant careers, their accomplishments have not been enough to radically change the dynamics in the cello world. Hence, it is of utmost importance to provide a strong voice and supportive environment for
Women in the Arts to grow, thrive and fulfil their potential.

Click here for registration information.


11 April 7 PM EDT

NC Cello Society – Meet the Curators of The Cello Museum

The Cello Museum logo
Curators Brenda Neece and Erica Lessie will be giving a presentation via Zoom to members of the NC Cello Society. See some of their unusual cellos and take a tour of The Cello Museum. This meeting is open to non-members as well.

Zoom link.


15-18 April

Fiddle Hell Online

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

Fiddle Hell

The Fiddle Hell Massachusetts Festival has been a yearly gathering of fiddlers, cellists, mandolin/guitar/old-time banjo players, and singers to meet, jam, learn, listen, and have fun. It’s both friendly and diverse, crossing all ages and including many traditional musical styles. This is our 16th annual Festival, and the first to be online. Typically, there are about 10% beginners, 25% low intermediates, 35% high intermediates, and 30% advanced players, with many workshop and jam session choices at each level. Roughly 15% of the attendees are kids, and in the past we’ve had some sessions just for them.

For more information and to register, click here.


19 April 7:30 PM EDT

Tanbou Kache – Diana Golden

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 2 April

Tabou Kache

Join VCS online on Monday, April 19th at 7:30pm to learn about Haitian music with VCS member Diana Golden (@goldencelloonline) and special guests, Dr. Rebecca Dirksen of @iubloomington and @yale, and Professor Jean “Rudy” Perrault of @umnduluth .

RSVP here.


23 April 1 AM EDT

How to Get a Professional Sound in 10 mins a day without Strain
Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 2 April

Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir

Hosted by Cello Australia featuring Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, Award-winning Cellist and Teacher.

Register here.


23 April 4 PM EDT

Wharton Arts Workshops – New Jersey Youth Symphony Audition Excerpts Workshop

The Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts  will offer a series of Audition Workshops from February 21 through April 30, including Do You Know Your Scales & Arpeggios?Tips for Making a Great Audition Video, and New Jersey Youth Symphony Audition Preparation Excerpt Workshops. Instrumentalists entering grades 3-12 from anywhere in the world are invited to take advantage of this series of virtual workshops to hone skills and prepare for orchestral auditions.

The Audition Workshop series is free and open to the public. To register to attend, visit WhartonArts.org. For New Jersey Youth Symphony 2021-22 season auditions, visit NJYS.org.

The registration for the April 5 workshop can be found here.


12 July – 1 August (Registration deadline 20 April)

International Cello Institute

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 26 February

International Cello Institute

Click here to apply.


23 April 4 PM EDT

Wharton Arts Workshops – NJYS Audition Excerpts Workshop

The Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts  will offer a series of Audition Workshops from February 21 through April 30, including Do You Know Your Scales & Arpeggios?Tips for Making a Great Audition Video, and New Jersey Youth Symphony Audition Preparation Excerpt Workshops. Instrumentalists entering grades 3-12 from anywhere in the world are invited to take advantage of this series of virtual workshops to hone skills and prepare for orchestral auditions.

The Audition Workshop series is free and open to the public. To register to attend, visit WhartonArts.org. For New Jersey Youth Symphony 2021-22 season auditions, visit NJYS.org.

The registration for the April 5 workshop can be found here.


24 April

University of Wyoming Cello Festival

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 26 February

UW Cello Festival

With distinguished guests:

Rick Mooney and Natalie Haas and Soeyoen Min

Plus! Special Extra Day April 25, 2021 with Rick Mooney

Register here.


21 June – 16 July

VIRTUAL SUMMER CELLO FESTIVAL

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 26 February

Virtual Summer Cello Festival

Click here for more information on the inaugural year of this festival.


26-27 June

New Directions Cello Festival

New Directions Cello Festival

New Directions Cello Festival

For over 25 years, the New Directions Cello Festival has been dedicated to new and innovative uses of the cello. We’ve created an international forum for the exchange of music and ideas and fostered the growth of the cello in all styles beyond classical music. The cello can now be seen and heard in countless genres of music around the globe.

You have the option of registering for the full 2-day festival (which includes all workshops, panels and concerts), a single day pass for either Sat 6/26 or Sun 6/27, or purchasing tickets to the streamed concerts on either night.

*Students- Contact us before placing your order to get your discount*


12-18 July

Chosen Vale International Virtual Cello Seminar

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week - 5 March

Chosen Vale International Cello Seminar

Offering a high-calibre educational and mentorship structure for exceptionally gifted artists, the seminar participants will have access to daily cello lessons, masterclasses, workshops in performance practice (baroque, classical, contemporary, and electroacoustic musics), corporeal wellness and individualized career development; as well as solo and chamber music instruction. With the ever-changing landscape of the music field, The Chosen Vale International Cello Seminar is here to support a community of cellists ready to jump head-first into their artistry, bound with hope. The Chosen Vale International Cello Seminar will provide daily lessons, ensemble coaching, masterclasses and workshops over the two-week course period. Led by Seth Parker Woods, the world-renowned artist faculty include:Anthony Arnone – Elinor Frey – Katinka Kleijn – Nick Photinos – Rhonda Rider – Seth Parker Woods

For more information, and to apply, visit the Chosen Vale website.


26 July – 1 August

The 3rd WALTHAM FOREST CELLO FEST 2021

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 9 April

The 3rdWALTHAM FOREST CELLO FEST 2021

The 3rd WALTHAM FOREST CELLO FEST 2021 in London invites you to the CELLO ACADEMY Online Summer Cello Master Classes via Zoom / Skype.

Individual Online Cello Lessons will take place daily from Monday 26th July till Sunday 1st August 2021 @ cca 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (cca 55 minutes slots), online via Zoom or Skype.

FRANTIŠEK BRIKCIUS – CELLO, CHAMBER MUSIC

ANNA BRIKCIUSOVÁ – CELLO

Book your One-to-One Cello OnLine Summer Course now (limited number of accepted students). It includes FINAL online performance meeting.

All ages (4-99), levels (Initial Grade, Grades 1-8) and abilities (beginner, student, advanced) are welcome!

For more details follow #WFCF20 @WalhamForestCelloFest, book your course https://WalthamForestCelloFest.eventbrite.com and visit http://WalthamForestCelloFest.Brikcius.com .



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