Richard Dawson
700 E. 3rd Avenue, Salt Lake City UT, 84103
Instruments: Cello, Ear Training, Other, Suzuki Method, Theory
Styles: Classical, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 10 years
Rate: $30 / hr
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Personal Statement
I began learning to play the cello when I was eight years old. I went on to graduate from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Music in cello performance. I was the principal cellist of the Utah Philharmonia and member of the O.C. Tanner Honors String Quartet during my time at the university. I was the recipient of two separate music scholarships and had the opportunity to study with many incredible musicians and guest artists. I am now a member of the Salt Lake Symphony and have maintained an active cello studio for nearly a decade.
Education / Training
-BMus in cello performance from the University of Utah
-Principal cellist of the Utah Philharmonia
-Cellist of the O.C. Tanner Honors String Quartet
-Member of the Salt Lake Symphony

-BMus in violin performance from the University of Utah


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