“A cello was there 400 years ago and will still be here in 400 years.” Thomas Bangalter

It’s a family member of the string family, which also survived time for more than 400 years and continues to fascinate the audience with its double bass. The majestic Cello it is, standing tall and composed of more than 70 unique parts all together create the graceful sound. Originally called Violoncello, born in Europe, it travelled through the world and became an inevitable part of the orchestras. Cellists hug it, rests on their hearts and play it, and the music resonates from their hearts. It is played as solo as well as in tandem. Cello fits to those who want to create the emotion for every occasion. Our Cellists are happy to offer a free trial in your pursuit to learn to play the Cello.

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