Prof. Guillermo Olivo

Cello Teacher

Guillermo Olivo


Cdmx, DF, Mexico
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Graduated from the Escuela Superior de Música, under the tutelage of Dr. Irasema de Andrade.

He has worked as a session musician, recording audiovisual and phonographic materials for national and international musicians, and as an orchestral musician in various national groups. His teaching experience is just over 13 years, teaching private cello classes and private institutions at the basic and undergraduate level, such as the “Wingate School” with the British Embassy recognition and “Centro de Estudios Musicales REC” with the endorsement and agreement of the University of Berklee, as well as theoretical subjects such as Harmony, Counterpoint and Music History.

As an active member of the SAA (Suzuki America Association) and the Mexican Association of the Suzuki Method, she has taken the courses “Every Child Can” with Mtra. Virginia Dixon, “Introduction to Suzuki Philosophy” with Maestro Joaquín Olivares and the Suzuki Cello Book 1 course taught by the Suzuki Teacher Trainer Association of the Americas, Patricia Pasmanter.