Be charmed

by the cello

Would you love your child to learn the cello?

Do you want to re-discover

the beautiful instrument you played as a child?

Have you always wanted to learn the cello,

but haven’t found the right teacher?

Hello, I’m Bronwen, and I’ve been playing the cello for … a long time.
Whether you want to take up the instrument you have always loved, or want your child to start a lifelong love of music, I can help you with practical skills and techniques to ensure you make progress toward mastering this beautiful instrument.
Lessons are available online through Zoom or in-person.
Why don’t you join my waitlist, and I’ll let you know when I have a slot in my schedule with your name on it.

Learning an instrument is really difficult, right?

Actually, it doesn’t have to be.

Professional musicians make it look so easy, and yes, they’ve taken years to perfect their art.

To experience success at your instrument you’ve got to practice, sure,

but you also have to have the best guidance to practice in the best way.

This is where the Suzuki Method comes in.

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“Having absolutely no musical input in my seventy years I was apprehensive of my ability to learn to play any instrument. Bronwen assured me that I would be able to play the cello and her expert tuition has given me confidence that I can. Her method of teaching is calm, gentle, encouraging, positive and fun and has taken me way beyond my expectations. I always look forward to my next lesson. Bronwen is a very accomplished cellist and her professional approach to teaching me has been delightful. During our half hour sessions her instructions are given and demonstrated with clarity and patience. I would absolutely recommend Bronwen to any one of any age, male or female who is considering learning the cello. I wish I had taken up cello lessons with Bronwen when I first made her acquaintance several years ago. I would be much further down the track in my ability to play the instrument I have grown to love.

What I’ve learned:

1. That you’re never too old to learn how to play an instrument or read music.

2. The thrill and enjoyment of mastering new skills.

3. Looking forward to the challenge of one day joining other musicians.”

Rob O'Sullivan

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