See if we all are in friendship with you, Cello, soul of my soul?

See if we all are in friendship with you, Cello, soul of my soul?

These lines of Marina Tsvetayeva precisely and accurately define the main feature of the representative group of bowed stringed instruments - to touch the soul with its unique thick timbre,pass trembling senses with its expressive melodic language.

To gasp the secrets of playing a musical instrument, promote its abilities and master all the necessary skills of Performing Arts - a long and relentless way of formation of each cellist.Tutorship is also very important for people who want to achieve something. Master classesare organizedwith this certain purpose, therefore they are strictly important for beginner musicians.Upon the invitation of the Fund forCultural EducationSupport“, master classes of well-known cellist Maria Tchaikovskaya, People's Artist of Russia, Professor, Head of Cello and contrabass department of the Moscow State Conservatory named after Tchaikovsky, took part in Yerevan.During five days she conducted master classes with young Armenian cellists and teachers - students and teachers of music and art schools in Yerevan. Master classes of the great M.Rostropovich’s student took place in halls of Yerevan music schools named after A.Spendiaryan and Sayat-Nova.