Our Cello teachers define Lessons In Your Home. We are a tight-knit family of world-class Cello instructors that is passionate about teaching. We aim to make learning music fun and to have the absolute best student/teacher relationship possible.
We invite you to review our Cello instructors below and find the best fit for your family or you can contact us and we’ll pair you with the best Cello teacher available after speaking with you.
Meet Our Cello Teachers
About Jennifer Aikey:
Mrs. Jennifer Aikey (last name pronounced eye-key) started her musical journey at the age of 10 when starting violin through the Richmond County Orchestra program in Augusta, GA, her hometown. At the age of 12, she picked up the guitar and began writing songs, and has been a singer-songwriter ever...
About Susan Alexander:
Susan Alexander, Violin, Viola, Cello teacher was one of those kids who could not sit still and learned quickly. She began violin in school in the 4th grade and played through 7th grade, when the cello looked appealing. The following year, her teacher thought she might like to...
About Cali Alexander :
Cali Alexander started playing flute at the age of twelve in a small school band, and soon after began performing in youth orchestra by fifteen. She began teaching lessons while in high school to other students and has regularly taught since then for a total of fourteen years. She played...
About Alex Barraza:
Alex Barraza is a Houstonian who grew up in the Cypress area. He began his cello studies in 6th grade. Throughout his public school years he has won awards through UIL competitions and has performed solos for his school orchestras along with being an active performer outside of the classroom...
About Rachel Barron:
Rachel began her music career as many kids do, in sixth grade when most are offered an elective. She knew she loved the cello early on, and worked hard with her teachers to advance into Texas Region Orchestra and All State. Throughout those years, she received scholarships to attend North...
About Robert Bolyard:
Originally from Los Angeles, Robert Bolyard is a happy resident of Seattle Washington. He received his Master's degree in Choral Conducting at the prestigious Yale School of Music. While at Yale, Robert was (among other things) the assistant conductor of the Yale Glee Club and conductor of the Yale Glee Club...
City: Washington, DC
About Carol Anne Bosco:
Drawing influence from all kinds of music, DC-based cellist Carol Anne Bosco plays with a style that is eclectic and diverse. As a classical player, she has performed in professional, school, and festival orchestras including the McLean Orchestra, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, the University of Maryland and Florida State University Orchestras...
City: Washington, DC
About Quinton Braswell:
Cellist Quinton Braswell is currently pursuing his B.A. in Music Technology and Minor in Arts Management at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia under the private instruction of Amy Baumgarten. He currently performs with The McLean Orchestra and is Principal of GMU's Opera Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra. He attended the...
About Emily Bryan:
Throughout the transient nature of life, music has the power to ground us, make us feel safe and at home when we are in the midst of chaos. Studying music teaches us a plethora of valuable lessons that can be applied in all facets of life. This inherent bond and...
About Sam Calhoon:
Sam Calhoon, Guitar and Cello teacher attended Willamette University in Salem, OR, where he earned a B.A. in sociology with a minor in music. Throughout his time there, he took private cello lessons with Dr. Hekun Wu, played cello in the university chamber orchestra, and participated in small ensemble...