Online Concerts and Events 25 November 2022

Online Cello Events – 25 November

The Cello Guild Grand Opening – Grand Opening Sale: 50% Off All Courses Through 30 November New classes – plus a chance to earn a free Cello Guild sticker! We launched our new Cello Guild site late on Wednesday, but sometime on Thursday, we experienced some technical difficulties. Fortunately, it

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October 2022 Curator's Corner

Curator’s Corner: October 2022

October at the Cello Museum – What’s happening this month at the Cello Museum? Find out here. Thank you for joining us at the Cello Museum. It’s October, and we’ve got a very busy month ahead. We’re celebrating Black History Month (UK), welcoming James to the Cello Museum team, looking

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2nd birthday

Happy Birthday, Cello Museum!

Happy Birthday, Cello Museum! Scroll down to enter our prize drawing for a chance to win prizes! We love Cello Birthdays, and now it’s time to celebrate our own, Cello Museum Birthday! It’s hard to believe that we’ve been online for two years now as an online museum – the

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NYWC Spotlight July 2022 Hilary Tann On Ear and Ear for cello and piano

NYWC Spotlight: Hilary Tann

– We are excited to continue our collaboration with the New York Women Composers. This month, we spotlight Hilary Tann. Bio from Hilary Tann’s website: Welsh-born composer, Hilary Tann, lives in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York where she is the John Howard Payne Professor of

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Soul Music Works for the Cello Inspired by Hebraic Themes Part 2 by Erica Lessie

Soul Music: Works for the Cello Inspired by Hebraic Themes – Part 2

Looking for unaccompanied cello music inspired by Hebraic themes? In collaboration with the London Cello Society, Selma Gokcen, Chair, here is Part 2 of our two-part series on the topic. A Note from Selma Gokcen, Chair of the London Cello Society “The following database arose as a collaborative effort between

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Soul Music Works for the Cello Inspired by Hebraic Themes Part 1 by Dr. Yuriy Leonovich

Soul Music: Works for the Cello Inspired by Hebraic Themes – Part 1

Looking for cello music inspired by Hebraic themes? In collaboration with the London Cello Society, Selma Gokcen, Chair, here is Part 1 of our two-part series on the topic. . A Note from Selma Gokcen, Chair of the London Cello Society “The following database arose as a collaborative effort between

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Rain Worthington’s Passages Through Time An Emotional and Memorable Journey

Rain Worthington’s Passages Through Time – An Emotional and Memorable Journey

One of my favorite aspects of my job is making connections with wonderful artists like Rain Worthington. Rain is a New York-based composer of chamber and orchestral music whose latest album, Passages Through Time, is out March 11. Featuring a mix of orchestral and chamber works, several tracks also feature

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5 Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Adult Cello Students

5 Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Adult Cello Students

The holidays are upon us! Here are a handful of ideas to help you shop for the adult cello students in your life. For additional ideas, check out our gift suggestions for young cello students, cello teachers, and cello enthusiasts. Gifts for Adult Cello Students Adult cello students cover the

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6 November Cello Birthdays

Cello Birthdays – 6 November

1753 Jean-Baptiste Bréval (6 November 1753 – 18 March 1823) French cellist and composer Here is the second movement of his Sonata in C Major, Op. 40, No. 1, recorded by cellist and editor Dr. Yuriy Leonovich: Here are editions by Dr. Leonovich, our Cello Music Editions Specialist: Bréval –

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4 November Cello Birthdays

Cello Birthdays – 4 November

1906 Arnold Cooke (4 November 1906 – 13 August 2005) British composer, cellist, and pianist Here is his cello concerto performed by cellist Thomas Igloi with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Charles Groves:  1906 Siegfried Borris (4 November 1906 – 23 August 1987) German composer, musicologist, and music educator

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