Cello Ensemble

teacher conducting chamber group of cellists on stage

Where else can cellists gather to explore ensemble music written just for them? The Academy Cello Ensemble is designed for cellists of any age or level of experience to explore repertoire and build improvisational skills. Participants will meet for one hour weekly for 9 weeks on Saturday mornings.

Two groups will be organized by level of experience. Each group will meet for 30 minutes in a group lesson format and will combine with the second group for 30 minutes to create the full cello ensemble weekly. Registrants will fill out an information sheet to determine group placement. Minimum 3 students per group

Session Dates

Saturdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m. or 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Studio 14, Lawrence Academy of Music

  • January 7 - March 11 (one week off, TBD)


  • $125 for 9-week session

Adam Korber

Adam Korber is a cellist and educator currently studying music education and cello performance at Lawrence University where he is a senior.  Adam is an experienced performer through his various performances at concerto competitions, recitals, and ensemble concerts stretching as far back as 2005.  The extent of his performing has been mostly large ensembles and chamber ensembles which provide intimate knowledge of the music and depth in preparation and ability.  As an educator, Adam teaches general and instrumental music at various schools in the Appleton Area School District.  He also teaches cello lessons through the Academy of Music.  He will be returning to Appleton this summer for his second year as a member of the Mile of Music Music Education Team.

Adam Korber, student teacher, cello and music education major

Dates - Saturdays
January 7 - March 11 (one week off, TBD)

Studio 14, Lawrence Academy of Music

9:30-10:30 a.m.
10:00-11:00 a.m.


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