BEGINNER GROUP CELLO LESSONS

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The Coffs Con is excited to be introducing a beginner group cello lesson opportunity for students aged 7-10 who haven’t played cello before.

The group lessons will be a fun and affordable introduction to cello with our brilliant lower strings specialist, Georgie Ostenfeld.
Tuition will take place in two 30 minute periods from 5-6pm on Tuesday evenings. Groups can be from 2-6 students in size and the price is just $18 per student. For students worried about the cost of hiring an instrument, the cellos are included for FREE for the entire first term of learning!

For more information, please give us a call on 66521592. Classes will begin in the coming weeks so be sure to get enrolled before they fill to capacity.

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