My approach to pedagogy began when I participated in the Suzuki International Festival in Lima, Peru, in 2011. Its philosophy is based on the theory that “If all children can learn their native language, they can also learn the language of music and develop abilities like playing a musical instrument very naturally, through motivation, encouragement, repetition, and listening.”

Learn from whom you are taught”


My first teaching experience was when I moved to Brazil to collaborate with the social project called Neojiba in Salvador, Bahia. My mission was to give cello classes to children and young people, most of whom came from economically and socially vulnerable backgrounds. This experience taught me a lot about their culture and the importance and impact that music has on society. It was what opened a door and sparked my interest in pedagogy.

Currently, I live in Germany where my primary occupation is teaching. I am a cello teacher at various music schools in Cologne, and I have students of different ages and levels. Additionally, I am part of the Jekits system, where I collaborate with schools to teach cello and work with groups of children.

I also offer private cello lessons both in-person and online.

“To me, music has the power to unite, to move us, and to transport us to places we could never have imagined. As an independent artist and cello teacher, I have found in music a tool to connect with different cultures and people, and to explore all the styles and genres that this art can offer. From jazz to ancient music, contemporary pieces, and improvisation, I have discovered a world of possibilities that inspires me to keep learning and growing as an artist and educator. For me, music is more than just notes and rhythms; it is a form of expression that transcends borders and unites people in a universal language.”

Did you know that…?

  • The cello has long been compared to the human voice. This is because its range is very similar to that of the voice, allowing the instrument to “sing.”
  • The cello is a highly versatile instrument, not only used in classical music but also gaining popularity in pop, rock, film soundtracks, and many other styles. One of the great advantages of this instrument is the ability to interpret a wide variety of repertoire.

What motivates me to be a cello teacher?

1. My main goal in teaching is to motivate my students, discover and nurture their individual personalities, support their motivations, focus on their strengths, and address their weaknesses.

2. I find it essential to explore a diverse repertoire that suits each level, and I am open to the musical suggestions and desires of each student. I have the ability to create personalized arrangements based on their current level.3. One of my priorities is to focus on body awareness, helping students maintain a natural posture to prevent future injuries.

My teaching philosophy is based on adapting the learning process to each student, so they can develop their own potential and enjoy the learning journey in a personalized way. My goal is to be a facilitator so that my students can discover and explore everything that music has to offer.

If you are interested in learning more about this instrument, don’t hesitate to contact me! Together, we can explore the world of music and discover all the amazing things you can do.

We can also schedule a free demo class. Just fill out the following form with your details and any questions or requests you may have.