Cello and Violin Lessons

Hartford, CT        |        Amherst, MA

Private lessons for all ages.
European, American, and Suzuki styles of teaching. Solid foundation and fun environment.
Classes in chamber music are available for intermediate, advanced,
and for music lovers and amateurs of all ages.

Ignacy Gaydamovich teaches cello at NCMC. He is a recipient of top prizes at international competitions and as a soloist performed with the National Radio and TV of Albania, Hartt Symphony, and Manchester (CT) Symphony orchestras. He has released three CDs, and has performed in Austria, China, Japan, Lebanon, Panama, Poland, Russia, as well as in the US. He served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the SUNY Potsdam Crane School of Music and has been on the cello faculty at Texas Christian University and Mount Holyoke College. Dr. Gaydamovich has received degrees from F. Chopin Music Academy, Texas Christian University, Boston Conservatory, Longy School of Music, and his doctorate from the University of Hartford.

Violinist Veronika Schreiber–Kadlubkiewicz, graduated with the highest honors from the Warsaw Academy of Music in Poland and continued her studies in the USA with Henryk Szeryng and Roman Totenberg. Concerned about children’s music education, Ms. Kadlubkiewicz has created programs for young audiences which had been presented in Italy, Poland, and France. Ms. Kadlubkiewicz was teaching violin and chamber music at Smith College, the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and in Amherst College. She conducted Violin Masterclass in France at Duke University and Charleston College SC. She is the artistic director of the Viva Bach Festival in Portugal (www.vivabach.pt) and was a member of the jury of the Tibor Varga Competition in Switzerland.


About Veronica