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Cello Lessons with Cheyenne Rain

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Cheyenne Rain is offering cello lessons at her home studio in the Paseo District of Oklahoma City! Rain is a cellist originally from Northwest Arkansas. She began her early career playing in rock bands. She fell in love with classical music in her teens and went on to pursue performance degrees at University of Arkansas and Oklahoma City University. She currently teaches cello in Oklahoma City both in her private studio and at El Sistema Oklahoma. Cheyenne is a section member of Oklahoma Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and often performs with the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas Philharmonic Orchestra. She is involved with a number of non-traditional projects as well that include studio recording and a four-piece folk band called Ties that Bind. Her passion in teaching lies in helping students step out of their comfort zone in a fun and supported environment.

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)
Area served:Oklahoma City
State(s):Oklahoma
Website:https://www.facebook.com/cheyenneraincellist/

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