Thank you for visiting the TCU Cello Studio's webpage. Through the efforts of Ignacy Grelazka and Romel Shearer with the entire cello studio, we are now able to give you a taste of what cellists do at TCU: develop as cellists, musicians and young artists, play in a variety of settings such as in lessons, studio classes, in the TCU Cello Ensemble, in degree recitals, class recitals (with such class projects as the complete Preludes by Sofia Gubaidulina, the complete Piatti Caprices, and soon the complete Duport Exercises in original setting with cello II), Cello Ensemble concerts, chamber music ensembles, orchestra, opera, Collegium Musicum TCU, the New Music Ensemble, play for guests in master-classes, watch, and proudly host the biennial TCU Cellofest.
Above all, cellists enjoy a strong team spirit where challenges and successes are shared and lifelong friendships are formed.
If you like your virtual visit, we hope that you will make plans to see us in person!
Dr. Jesús Castro-Balbi
Studio Member Profiles
Click here to learn about each member of the 2013-2014 TCU Cello Studio.
This world-class event brings together many many artists for master-classes, concerts, showcases, a competition, and more! Redirect to CelloFest website.
TCU Cello Ensemble
The TCU Cello Ensemble, directed by Dr. Castro-Balbi, is comprised of young artists of the TCU Cello Studio. Learn more...
TCU School of Music
"As a student in TCU's School of Music, you will study with TCU's outstanding faculty members as well as listen to, interact, and study with outstanding guest artists from throughout the world. You will excel and grow as an artist in a School of Music that is large enough to afford students world-class musical opportunities, yet small enough to guarantee a personalized musical experience. TCU's fully NASM-accredited music programs prepare the teachers, performers, scholars and composers of tomorrow." Learn more ...