Martin Teshome

Cello and languages teacher

Based in
New Cross, Greater London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in GREATER LONDON
Martin Teshome | Cello and languages teacher

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I am a qualified cello player and teacher (Master degree in Arts and Music teaching, experienced in classical solo and chamber music, jazz, Brazilian music and klezmer) and experienced language teacher. I have taken part at the international competition Citta Pieve di Soligo in Italy, in 2007, where I obtained the 3rd prize, as well as part of quartet performing in the UKAI Music Forest Fujikawaguchi-ko, Japan, from 2009 to 2010.

I have attended master classes with cellists like Marie Hallynck (Belgium), Vicoria Yagling (Russia, Finland), Yvan Chiffoleau (France) and Enrico Bronzi (Italy). I have also been playing baroque music throughout my studies and participated in many baroque music workshops (Prachatice, Czech Republic, with Jennifer Morsches; Michaelstein, Germany, with Stefan Fuchs etc.).

I am currently teaching cello part-time at the Studio of Performing Arts at the Newham College of Further Education.

One-to-one lessons


Cello and piano teacher at the Music House for Children in Shepherd's Bush

Home tuition for the Music House for Children

Jan 2012

Cello and piano teacher at Newham College

Teaching cello and piano to students of the Studio od Performing Arts at the Newham College of Further Education.

May 2011

Private cello teacher

Sep 2007

Language teacher

2003 to date – Private language teaching (English, German, French, Italian)

2006 – 2009 – Skřivánek a.s.language school, Ostrava, Czech Republic (English, Italian)

2008 – 2009 – Eschola language school, Ostrava, Czech Republic (English)

Jan 2003

Educational history

Master of Arts and Music teaching

September, 2005 - June, 2009
Ostrava University in Ostrava
During this period I also spent one semestre at the State Conservaroty „Agostino Steffanni“ in Castelfranco Veneto, Italy


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Last login: 11 years 8 weeks ago

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