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Over Carla P. R.
Since I was a child, music has been an important part of my life.
I started learning music when I was 4 years old and cello when at the age of 6.
I discovered the love for music and that is what I share with my students, no matter what their level or their age is.
The first lesson consists on getting to know each other. This is essential to choose the best teaching approach. All the students are unique, that is why I always choose the method that adapts better to their needs. Then, we elaborate a personal plan, depending on the level, expectations, practice time and taste.
Learning the proper technique of the instrument is very important to avoid injuries and to be able to express ourselves and perform our musical ideas in a successful way. That is why we learn nice songs in different styles, depending on the taste of the student (from classical to jazz, film music, pop, etc.) and we combine it with cello method books with progressive exercises to improve the cello knowledge.
In case of young beginners, we also play cello games during the lesson to make the learning experience dynamic and fun! Children can lose attention and get bored very quickly!
Sharing music and playing together is an essential part of enjoying music. Therefore, the last part of the lesson always consists of playing cello duets and having fun!
My name is Carla and I come from Barcelona. I studied my Bachelor in Conservatori Superior del Liceu in Barcelona, with Professor Amparo Lacruz. Then, I decided to continue my studies at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague in the class of Michel Strauss and Jan-Ype Nota.
During my studies in The Hague, I did a teaching internship in the Royal Conservatory as a part of their Minor in Music Education. I also taught in several Music Schools during my studies in Spain. Currently, I teach private students in The Hague.
I play regularly in two chamber music ensembles: Trio Jakob and Azalaïs Quartet (you can check them on the social media!).