Alice Ann O’Neill

Alice Ann O’Neill

Dr. Alice Ann M. O’Neill has enjoyed being a cellist for 44 years and continues to perform chamber music and solo concerts regularly. She also spent many happy years performing in professional orchestras and opera orchestras in Boston, Miami, Baltimore/Washington, Illinois/Iowa and in Ohio. Her passion for playing the cello is rivaled only by her love of training Suzuki Cello Teachers and teaching cello Suzuki families at the Cincinnati Cello School in Cincinnati, Ohio. She teaches many teachers private lessons on-line and in-person to help deepen their playing and teaching abilities. Dr. O’Neill also trains Suzuki Cello Teachers at institutes and workshops throughout the US and Canada. She is a Catholic nun and member of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati.

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Bringing Your Gifts and Feeding a Hunger that the World Has  Episode 6

July 27, 2017 by Alice Ann O'Neill, Margaret Watts Romney

Have you ever felt so focused on the project in front of you that the rest of the world seemed to disappear? Perhaps time stood still? You felt in complete harmony with things around you? This place is a source… Read more ▶

Inspiration and Connection at the 2015 Leadership Retreat

May 29, 2015 by Barbara Balatero, Heather Watson Hardie, Samara Humbert-Hughes, Laura Nerenberg, Alice Ann O'Neill, Kathleen Schoen, Rafael Videira, Danette Warren

For many Suzuki teachers, SAA Conferences and Leadership Retreats are the best way to kick off summer. Packed full of inspiration and camaraderie, these events are not to be missed! Read more ▶

Ohio Suzuki Cello Friendship Day

Ohio Suzuki Cello Friendship Day

Cello Poems

March 25, 2011 by Alice Ann O'Neill

Cello By Grace Robinson I will be a hundred cellos, all in one. I will play – I will sing, I’ll have fun. I’ll describe a murky rainforest, with the rhythm in my soul. I’ll be a thunderous storm, It’s my only goal. And when I’m done with my few… Read more ▶

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the International Research Symposium on Talent Education

September 21, 2010 by Alice Ann O'Neill

A record number of Suzuki teachers, researchers and graduate students gathered on May 27 and 28, 2010, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the International Research Symposium on Talent Education. Dr. Robert Duke, Professor of Music and Human Learning from… Read more ▶

Furthering the Mission Ninth International Research Symposium on Talent Education

December 10, 2008 by Alice Ann O'Neill

The MISSION of the International Research Symposium on Talent Education (IRSTE): provide insights for improving teaching abilities within the Suzuki method; scientifically document the work of teachers and students using the Suzuki method; provide an experience whereby would-be researchers can explore their… Read more ▶

New Energy and New Ideas

New Energy and New Ideas


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