Oregon City Music academy offers Cello Lessons

Oregon City Music academy offers cello Lessons for kids. We offer classical training as well as the Suzuki Method. The Suzuki method is based on his approach that musical ability is not an inborn talent but an ability that can be developed. Any child, who is professionally trained, can develop musical ability, just as all children develop the ability to speak their mother tongue. The potential of every child is unlimited.

Cello is the Perfect Instrument to Learn

How many kids do you know who play the violin? How many play the cello? Exactly. As students get more advanced and start to play in higher-level ensembles, cellists are always the most sought-after, simply because there are fewer of them. This could give your child access to ensembles, educators, and institutions that might otherwise remain out of reach—opportunities that open doors to camps, colleges, and beyond. It is also a very versatile instrument. A cello can play the melody, the bass line, and everything in between. Cellos are also known to be extremely therapeutic, giving the student a form of self-expression, and providing them with the sounds they need to express what words cannot.

What to Expect on your First Lesson

Your instructor will get to know your child. We will talk about goals musical preferences and interests.  Then we help them become familiar with their cello. Next, you’ll go over the names of the different parts of the cello and the bow and talk about how to care for each. From scroll to end button and tip to heel, you’ll want to get familiar with your new instrument as well as its accouterments, a cake of rosin (rubbed on the bow and used to increase friction between the bow hair and the cello strings), and shoulder rest.

Extra Benefits with Oregon City Music Academy

  • Students get a recital after every 12 lessons to showcase their new talent to parents and friends.
  • Year-round school to provide continuous support and ability to practice without gaps. This guarantees even progress.
  • All teachers at our academy are vetted as active musicians with multiple years of teaching experience.

How to Pay for Music Lessons

Starting from $40 for 30 minutes. ($53 for 45 and $68 for an hour). And then billed at the beginning of each month. If sign up in the middle of the month you will be pro-rated. We accept cards, checks, and digital payments like Venmo.

How Do I Sign Up for Cello Lessons?

Contact us at (503) 880-4880 and we can schedule an appointment. You can text us too! You can also use our online form to contact us. We also have a scheduling calendar if you are ready to get started.