I don't follow any specific method for teaching the cello - I teach my students a good technique, solidifying it with a few exercises and scales, and then working through lots of great pieces! I leave it up to my students whether or not they want to work towards grades, or just play for fun.
For younger students and beginners up to about grade 3 or 4 I suggest half an hour lessons (£15), and for older or more advanced players 45 minute lessons (£22) are more beneficial. However each case is individual and if you want longer I'm more than happy to arrange that. Generally anyone playing grade 6/7 and upwards should have an hours lesson (£30) in order to fit enough in.
I am a 19 year old student about to finish year 13 at the Purcell School of Music, and will be studying at the Royal Academy of Music from September. I have done some teaching with beginners for the last 2 years, and am currently available to give lessons over the summer for anyone who wants to give the cello a go for the first time, or who would like some extra tutoring during the holidays.
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