Adam’s Music is proud to offer Los Angeles cello lessons with Circe Diaz-Gamero at their full-service music store in West LA. Circe is an award-winning cellist with expertise ranging from orchestra conducting to music theory and history.
Circe Diaz-Gamero began her musical education in Venezuela, earning an A.A. in music performance from the Federico Villena School of Music. During that time she performed with the Federico Villena Orchestra as principal cellist. Circe would later perform with the Venezuela Youth National Symphonic Orchestra, Aragua Symphony Orchestra, and NWSA Orchestra.
Circe continued her education while performing and touring with a variety of orchestras, including the Miami Symphony Orchestra and the Nuevo Mundo String Quartet. She earned an A.A. in music education and a B.A. in music performance, cum laude, from the New World School of the Arts in Miami.
After earning her B.A., Circe began performing with the Palm Beach Pops Orchestra and the Florida Lakes Symphony Orchestra. In 2007, she achieved a M.A. in music performance, cum laude, at the University of Florida. She then accompanied the World Orchestra, and later worked as the music director for the American Children’s Orchestras for Peace.
Her long and exciting career has taken her around the world. Today she is a Teaching Artist for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Whittier Youth Orchestra, the Santa Monica Conservatory, the Watts-Willowbrook Conservatory, and the Harmony Project at Longfellow Elementary School. Circe is also a recording artist for Warner and Sony Studios.
While Los Angeles cello lessons are her specialty, Circe is well versed in orchestra conducting, chamber music coaching, music theory, music history, and Latin American music. Contact Adam’s Music to arrange a free, no-obligation introductory lesson with Circe.
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