How to Fly Your Cello

The Cello Camerata held its last meeting on December 11, 2021. Please click here to see for the details for the newest cello-related venture How to Fly Your Cello.

9:30-10:45 a.m. and 11:00-noon Eastern Time

with a team of teachers

Cellists and teaching colleagues gather to explore the advanced and intermediate repertoire, history, and technique of the cello

Wendy Warner

Jonathan Kramer

Lisa Liske

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Join The Cello Camerata for a month and see where it takes you.

Masterclasses and panel offerings are designed to fit your needs.

Teacher-auditors are welcome to observe free of charge. Just submit a registration form. We welcome our colleagues!

Student-auditors of all ages and stages are welcome for a small fee. We encourage everyone to join the classes and learn. Anyone is welcome to audit free of charge if doing so makes it possible for you.

You will have the opportunity to perform once each four weeks in the masterclass. You may also be invited at any time during the four-masterclass block to pick up your cello to experiment with some technical or musical ideas.

Advanced class: Saturday mornings, 9:30-10:45 Eastern Time, U.S.

With two eminent guest teachers monthly

Junior Camerata: Saturday mornings, 11:00 a.m.-noon Eastern Time

Upcoming Guest Teachers

Discover more beauty and expression

Through masterclasses with different teachers, encounter cello culture, tradition, style, and technique. Bring your working repertoire, enthusiasm, and questions, and join together with our teaching team and other advanced students to find new possibilities in your playing.

The Art of Interpretation

Unfold the written and aural clues that point the way to your own informed and unique interpretation.

Cello Tradition and Heritage

Learn more about the roots of cello playing and repertoire, and how they relate to the present.

Technique to Burn

Benefit from the decades of experience and inherited cello know-how offered by The Cello Camerata teaching team.