1-on-1 Online Lessons
Prof. Pablo Bercellini: Online Cello Tutor
Cello Teacher Online
Professor Pablo Bercellini
" I'm a cello professor and soloist, and also an orchestra musician. As a passionate teacher, the main goal in my 15 years of teaching has been to improve the quality of the learning experience of my students. Show them that it can be fun to find new ways to overcome old obstacles, to understand the principles that govern cello technique, but especially that every effort we make in our practice is ultimately for enjoying the music we perform as much as the physical act of cello playing. I hope we can walk together some of this exciting journey! "
Pablo Bercellini Performs
Pablo Bercellini plays L.v.Beethoven
Pablo Bercellini plays Dvorak
Pablo Bercellini in concert with E. Gismonti
Cello performance starts at 16"50 min.
Hochschule für Music, Carl Maria von Weber, Dresden, Germany.
Degree obtained: vordiplom
Hochschule für Music, Hanns Eisler, Berlin, Germany.
Degree obtained: Diplom and Master in Cello.
Escuela superior de música "Juan Pedro Esnaola". Degree obtained: Profesor de violoncello
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Prof. Bercellini can teach his classes in the following languages;
All lesson materials are carefully selected for each individual student.
Cello exercises to improve your technique.
Cello compositions carefully selected based on individual needs and levels.
Orchestral Repertoire Studies.
Prof. Bercellini teaches Cello at all levels:
Born in Buenos Aires in a musician’s family, Pablo was already playing in Argentina's major orchestras when he was 15, performing also as a soloist and getting prizes in national and international competitions. In 2003 he moved to Germany, where he got his degree and master's degree in Dresden and Berlin with Peter Bruns and Stephan Forck. Soon he was playing with german orchestras such as Staatskapelle Dresden, Dresdner Philharmonie, Deutsche Sinfonie Orchester Berlin, Kammerakademie Potsdam, and Deutsche Oper Berlin. In festivals, he performed as principal cellist of different orchestras with Sir Simon Rattle, Kurt Masur, Christoph Eschenbach, Sir Neville Marriner, Jukka Pekka Saraste, and Mstislaw Rostropowitsch. His passion for chamber music took him to Europe’s most renowned concert halls, appearing regularly with members of Berliner Philharmoniker, DSO Berlin, and different ensembles. In 2010 he became artistic director of the Nuevo Mundo Chamber Orchestra. With them and the ensemble Bolivar Soloists they toured around Europe, recorded for Deutsche Grammophon and the tenor Rolando Villazón and released two life direct-to-disc vinyl at the legendary Emil Berliner Studios with 100% analog technology. In 2013 he returned to his homeland, became principal cello of the National Argentinean Music Orchestra "Juan de Dios Filiberto," and started an intense soloist activity with Argentina's leading orchestras, both with major cello concertos and works of Argentinean composers. He is also a passionate teacher; his courses and lessons combine musical and technical work with great emphasis on musicians’ health and a refined sound ideal. His first solo CD, with Argentinean works for cello and piano, was released in 2020.