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Violonchelo tutti (1) – Permanent

Posted
21.01.2023

Posted 21.01.2023

Additional notes Las audiciones serán el 13 de marzo de 2023 en el Palacio de la Ópera de A Coruña Mandatory pieces Primer y segundo...

Closed by January 27, 2023

MSO Cello Fellowship

Posted
21.01.2023

Posted 21.01.2023

The Montgomery Symphony Association announces the 2023 Cello Fellowship Search. The MSO Cello Fellowship is a 2-year residency program in Montgomery, Alabama. This program is...

Closed by 01.03.2023

Cello solo, 100%

Posted
21.01.2023

Posted 21.01.2023

The Swedish Chamber Orchestra, chief conductor Martin Fröst, is a full-time ensemble of 39 players based in the city of Örebro (two hours west of...

Closed by 13.03.2023

Primo Violoncello

Posted
21.01.2023

Posted 21.01.2023

Primo Violoncello concorso a tempo indeterminato

Closed by 19.03.2023

Orchestral Summer Fellowship – Cello

Posted
16.01.2023

Posted 16.01.2023

JOIN US FOR THE 2023 SEASON!GRANT PARK MUSIC FESTIVALSUMMER STRING AND VOCAL FELLOWSHIPSgpmf.orgCHICAGO, ILThe Grant Park Music Festival's String and Vocal Fellowships aim to increase...

Closed by 17.02.2023

Violonchelo Tutti

Posted
13.01.2023

Posted 13.01.2023

Convocatoria Pública para la selección y contratación, mediante el sistema de oposición, de personal músico de laOrquesta Sinfónica de Galicia correspondiente a 1 plaza de...

Closed by 27.01.2023

violoncelle co-solo

Posted
13.11.2022

Posted 13.11.2022

1re catégorieConcours : Lundi 13 Février 2023 à 10hDate limite d’inscription :Vendredi 3 Février 2023Prise de fonction : 19 Mai 2023

Closed by 03.02.2023


Cello: audition and classical music jobs

One of the most adored classical music instruments is the cello. Other string instruments are much simpler to study and learn, but nothing compares to the cellos warm, rich sound and wide repertoire, which is closely related to the range of a human voice.
A cellist is someone who plays the cello professionally, usually as a part of a large symphony orchestra. An orchestra will normally include a number of cellists, not just one, and that number will vary depending on the types of works the orchestra normally plays, but will generally be around ten. A cellist learns the pieces he/she will be playing and also times their performance with that of other cellists and other musicians in the orchestra as well. The cello is sometimes one of the most important instruments in a composition, and the performance of the cellist(s) in those cases is crucial to the success of the entire orchestra.
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Every professional started as a beginner. And as someone new in playing the cello, you’ll have to go through the process until you have finally mastered your craft. Don’t get bothered with the scratchy sounds you produce while you practice; that’s normal for every beginner. Celebrate your small steps and enjoy playing the instrument.

A cellist will either be self-taught or will have attended musical school. Regardless, the only strict requirement for finding employment as a cellist is displaying knowledge and experience with playing the instrument. Perfecting the cello can take many years, usually more than the other instruments employed in an orchestra, due to the different styles of playing available, as well as the complexity of the instrument itself. Skilled cellists are usually highly regarded.
To become a cellist, you must complete a number of educational requirements. Cellists usually study music, music performance or general education, specific areas. 67% of cellists hold a bachelors degree and 21% hold a masters degree.

When the cello is played well, it is an extraordinarily beautiful, wonderful instrument. But making it sound like that is not an easy task. In fact, playing the cello well, is an extremely complicated activity requiring a combination of specific and highly developed physical, intellectual and emotional skills that very few other activities come anywhere near to. On this page we will be looking at the physical skills required for good cello playing: which we generally refer to as technique.
An instrument, like a language, is best (easiest) learned young. A child who has the luck to have a fine teacher, can grow with, and adapt to the instrument intuitively and effortlessly, learning and mastering the instrument with relative ease and naturalness largely through copying. After the end of childhood, however, learning and improving our instrumental skills becomes a much more difficult task. It requires more conscious effort and more intellectual understanding.

Large stringed instruments like the viola, violin, double bass, and bass violin are related to the cello. The name cello is a shortening of violoncello, and is sometimes written with an apostrophe as cello. The cello is usually played with a bow, as the violin, although it may also be plucked.
The earliest origins of the cello date back to the mid-16th century, when a three-stringed bass violin was created. For the next hundred years a number of pieces were composed for this instrument, which was usually meant to be played in concert with a violin.

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The list of international music schools includes cello education:
1. Michigan State University
2. University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
3. University of California - Los Angeles
4. University of Oslo
5. Norwegian University of Science and Technology
6. University of Milan
7. Lund University
8. Wells Cathedral School
9. Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Québec
10. Tokyo College of Music‎

The Violoncello Society aims to promote the art of cello, provide a common meeting ground for professional and amateur cellists, promote interest in the cello as a solo instrument, provide opportunity of performances for artist and composer, develop a broader and more mature understanding of the art of the cello, and further the members artistic development. For example, Cello Societies:
1. Violoncello Society of New York.
2. London Cello Society.
3. Hong Kong Cellist Society.
4. The Kindler Cello Society.

Yo-Yo Ma is considered to be the most outstanding living cellist today. He was a child prodigy raised in New York City and performed before live audiences since age five.
Often said to be the greatest cellist of all time, Mstislav Rostropovich was born in Baku, Azerbaijan in 1927. Rostropovich’s family were all composers, cellists, or pianists, and he grew to become a virtuoso cellist and a significant influence on the cello players of today.
Born into a home of musicians, Luigi Boccherini had cello skills that flourished during the Classical Era, Italy.

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