Postcards from Erica April 2023

Postcards from Erica April 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 March 2023

Postcards from Erica March 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Hispanic 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 starting a new

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Postcards from Erica That’s What She Said . . . Unaccompanied Cello Works by Women Composers

Postcards from Erica February 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by women 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, anticipating Women’s History Month

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2023-01 Postcards from Erica

Postcards from Erica January 2023

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further. This month concludes my first series about unaccompanied works by Black composers. 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

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Postcards from Erica December 2022

Postcards from Erica December 2022

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further. This is the eleventh installment in my series of digital postcards about unaccompanied works by Black composers. In selecting the music every month, I keep in mind orchestra directors and students in search of contest pieces, teachers seeking

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Postcards from Erica November 2022

Postcards from Erica November 2022

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further.   This is the tenth installment in my series of digital postcards about unaccompanied works by Black composers. In selecting the music every month, I keep in mind orchestra directors and students in search of contest pieces, teachers

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Postcards from Erica October 2022

Postcards from Erica October 2022

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further. Happy Black History Month in the UK! Be sure to enter our celebratory giveaway for a chance to win a Cello Museum T-shirt and a CD by one of the artists featured in this month’s postcards: Sheku Kanneh-Mason.

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Postcards from Erica September 2022

Postcards from Erica September 2022

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further. This is the eighth installment in my series of digital postcards about unaccompanied works by Black composers. In selecting the music every month, I keep in mind orchestra directors and students in search of contest pieces, teachers seeking

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Postcards from Erica August 2022

Postcards from Erica August 2022

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further. This is the seventh installment in my series of digital postcards about unaccompanied works by Black composers. In selecting the music every month, I keep in mind orchestra directors and students in search of contest pieces, teachers seeking

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Postcards from Erica July 2022

Postcards from Erica July 2022

Trying to find unaccompanied cello music by Black composers? Look no further. This is the sixth installment in my series of digital postcards about unaccompanied works by Black composers. In selecting the music every month, I keep in mind orchestra directors and students in search of contest pieces, teachers seeking

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