Cello lesson 60 minutes


A 60 minute cello lesson is suitable for advanced students such as those studying in Books 6 and above, or for adults who just love playing duets with their teacher.

Select the number of lessons you’d like. There are 9 lessons per term and payment is required in advance.



For proficient players, or those studying for HSC, auditions or who are working on advanced repertoire, a regular cello lesson that is 60 minutes long is ideal.

I also offer one-off lessons to students who would like to work with a different teacher, or consult about their technique, practice routines, or plans for the future.

Online lessons are a convenient way to access and they make it easy to carve out an hour of time to get your cello teacher input for the week.

Please contact Bronwen to discuss your situation, and the best format for lessons for you.

Benefits of a 60 minute cello lesson

The full range of warm-up exercises, scales, studies and Suzuki repertoire can be covered in an hour long lesson, and it enables the student to work in detail on pieces that require effective practice techniques to achieve mastery. Older students may also be interested in incorporating Music Theory, or working on orchestral repertoire for school or community concerts.

Sometimes, in addition to Suzuki repertoire, students may want to work towards AMEB or other summative examinations, and in the past my students have achieved good results. I am happy to teach this syllabus in supplement to the Suzuki repertoire.

At this level, I will guide players in advanced repertoire of all kinds. And a 60 minute cello lesson would also be ideal to work on audition pieces, or for one-off masterclass-type sessions with me.

Cello lesson terms

Price includes GST.
Booked lessons are non-refundable or transferable.
There are 9 lessons per term (following school terms roughly), and these need to be booked in advance (select 9 units).
Single lessons are possible, if paid up-front and arranged at a mutually convenient time.

Preparation for cello lessons

At this level, you would be looking at working in the following way:
*dedicated time of at least 45 – 60 minutes each day for practice
*dedicated time of 15 minutes each day for listening
*weekly lesson of 60 minutes (for children, parent will be present for all lessons)
*dedicated space to practice
*a chair/stool of the correct height (seat level to the back of the student’s knees)
*a music stand
*the capacity to buy additional technical albums and music
*facilities to play music – preferably sound system (rather than phone)
*read Suzuki Philosophy page
*read Parent Role page

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