Every Student Can!

Chuck is a Professor Emeritus of Physics, NKU String Project Adult Orchestra cello principal, and a proud 76-year-old grandpa. The photo shows him learning how to play a chord with a techniquely sound hand shape. Chuck shared that he practices cello every day from scales, etudes, solo works, and orchestra music. A music lover, he never missed a lesson. Even with an injured ankle in a cast, he still came to our cello lessons. His drive for learning and playing music showed the pandemic was no obstacle for him at all!

Chuck’s passion motivates me. I think that playing the cello enlightens life, which proves most important during these socially distanced times.

Image by Li-Han Eliza Tseng

Li-Han Eliza Tseng

Li-Han Eliza Tseng is a professional cellist and educator. Ms. Tseng was a cello instructor at Northern Kentucky University-Music Preparatory, and assistant teacher at the UNT–String Project. She received her DMA degree from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, a MM degree, the University of North Texas, and a BM degree, National Taichung University of Education. She also performed in various concerts in the US, Austria, and Asia.

As a passionate educator, Ms. Tseng has an extensive teaching background with over 10 years experience working with musicians of all ages and skill levels. Her belief is that every student has potential to further their musicianship. She assists her students to achieve their individual goals. In her teaching, she emphasizes a healthy, respectful, and positive learning environment. Her hope is to make music accessible to diverse audience as she believes that music can connect and build positive community.

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