A graduate of Smith College, Manhattan School of Music, and the Peabody Institute, I have been teaching children to play cello for over twenty years, utilizing the Suzuki method and traditional approaches. My goal is to give students a solid technical foundation and to help them establish a connection with the music they play.  

In addition to teaching I have an active concert schedule, presenting solo and chamber works at libraries, museums, senior centers, social events, and charitable benefits. Performing enhances my teaching, as it re-vitalizes the principles I teach.

A member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and NAfME, Nada currently mentors private students and coaches at the Trinity School in Manhattan. Her passion and ambition is to transfer knowledge and skills to her students so that their creativity and talent can shine.                  

contact:  nada@cellobynada.com

Upcoming Performances:
Flushing Library:   Jan. 11th, 6:30PM

Voices Gala:        March 31, 2017

Mahwah Library: June 11th, 2PM
The Roerich Museum: Dec. 3rd,2017​

CELLO LESSONS

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Nada Radulovich

Student Concerts:

GWYOA Winter Concert:   Dec.11,    2016   
Student Recital :   Dec. 18,2PM         2016
GWYOA Spring Gala:   April 23, 2PM   2017   
Student Recital:   June 18, 2PM         2017   

CONCERTS

Outreach

​​Nada is motivated by a love of music and the bridges/connection that music builds.


At Home Lessons: 45 minute sessions at your home. Contact for rates and scheduling
Semi-annual Student Recitals:  Recitals earn the student a community service certificate.
Cello Ensembles:  Work with classmates to prepare a cello duet or trio. Learn to play and listen to each other. Coaching dates and times available.
Living Room Concerts: Invite family and friends over for a concert in your living room. Accompanied by your teacher,  a home concert is an excellent performance goal for cello students.
SKYPE sessions to make up missed lessons
Preparation for NYSSMA, WCSMA and GWYOA auditions

TEACHING

​​​​Learning to play 

an instrument has many proven benefits. Music both assists in children's development and enriches their lives. A universal language, music is a skill to take pride in which engages both emotions and intellect.