2021 – 2022 Season

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Cellos Aboard

Sunday 6th February 2022 | 3.00pm

David Josefowitz Hall
Royal Academy of Music, London NW1

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CelloDay 2022
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Sunday 10th April 2022

Latest News

Keith Harvey Memorial Fund & Award launches this season

Applications are now open for the Keith Harvey Memorial Award and recommendations for this Award are to be sent to [email protected]

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Beyond Cello

Beyond Cello

Beyond Cello is dedicated to exploring different approaches to the cello including jazz, blues, gypsy music and free improvisation. There’s a new world of ideas and musical styles waiting for you.

Cello Club

Cello Club

Cello Club is the Junior Division of the London Cello Society devoted exclusively to young cellists up to age 18.

Amateurs & Adult Learners

Amateurs & Adult Learners

Explore the pleasures of playing the cello and learning new skills, all shared in the spirit of affection for this most wonderful of instruments.

The London Cello Society

The London Cello Society promotes the art of cello playing, preserving its great traditions while encouraging its continuing development.

The Society exists for the benefit of young students, professional players and teachers, for amateur players and lovers of the cello and its repertoire.

Become a member and enjoy benefits such as discounts to our events and other cello events in major venues, special presentations for members only, masterclasses, lectures, a bi-annual newsletter and much more.

UK Cello Calendar

9:00 AM / 12:00 PM
27/02
Tutors: Géza Szilvay, Csaba Szilvay and Yvonne Wyroslawska with Rachel Erdos and Maryan Balkwill This intensive course introduces the basic Colourstrings teaching material and the Colourstrings approach, based on Kodaly’s concept of music education. It includes workshops on instrumental teaching, methodology and musicianship (including relative solfa). Previous Colourstrings knowledge is not necessary. After completing this course, students will receive a Certificate of Colourstrings Teaching (Phase 1). This course will run weekly on Sundays from 9am-12pm (UK) starting 27th February 2022 for 10 weeks. Limited places available Booking deadline: 30th January 2022
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