Nectaria Delgadillo

(4 reviews)



Masters of Musical Arts in Cello Performance at Texas Tech University, student of Jeffrey Lastrapes

Bachelor of Music Degree in Instrumental Performance at University of Northern Colorado, student of Gal Faganel

Teaching Experience:

Teaching Assistant at TTU - taught cello methods class to education majors, taught applied lessons to cello performance majors

Master Teacher of Cello for TTU String Project Program

Private Cello Teacher 


Amarillo Symphony, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, LakeRidge Chamber Orchestra, Lubbock Symphony substitute cellist and Abilene Philharmonic substitute cellist


Maria Kliegel, Xavier Phillips, Antonio Meneses, Peter Stumpf, Silver Ainomäe, Michael Haber, Dennis Parker and Nikola Ruzevic

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My philosophy on teaching is to explore ways in which my students find their own musical expression, such as their own voice and interests. Throughout the course of their lessons, they will learn to be their own critical teacher by extensively analyzing their own weaknesses and strengths.The core task of every lesson is to provide a variety of methods and approaches to the student to better guide them in fully comprehending and correlating every topic of each lesson.

Music is about sharing, enjoyment, creativity and fun! It is my goal to make sure you get what you ask for. If your interest is learning a pop song for the fun  of it, I would be more than happy to pursue that route. If you would like to learn classical cello, I will be by your side. It is very important to me as a teacher that I let my students decide their own interests and time put into learning the cello. 

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