Cellists for hire in Argyll and Bute

Hire a cellist in Argyll and Bute for your special event. The cello is the perfect instrument to have performed at your wedding, party or event. With the instrument's beautiful tone, our cellists provide stunning performances of genres from classical through to pop. Get inspired and browse 44 of the most fantastic musicians nearby right here.

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Hire Cellist Erdem
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£250 - £400
CellistGlasgow

The cellist in Glasgow .He has played more than 100 gigs. He can play any groups and any styles as a member except his solo performs.

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Hire Paulina Livingston (Mikolajczyk)
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£225 - £600
CellistGlasgow

Paulina is a cellist, graduate of Guildhall School of Music and Drama, active freelance performer for film, orchestras and private events.

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Hire Rachel Wilson
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£320 - £550
CellistGlasgow

Rachel is a graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is now a freelance cellist and instructor

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Hire Rose Gallaway
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£187.50 - £500
CellistGlasgow

The cello is a beautiful instrument which you definitely want at your wedding!

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Hire Daniel Docherty
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CellistGlasgow

I've played hundreds of weddings and events! European tour with Calum Scott! Happy to learn requests to tailor the music to your event! :)

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Hire Maria Orłowska
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£275 - £750
CellistGlasgow

Maria is a cellist based in Glasgow, active performer, session musician and a cello teacher.

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Hire Jane Strings Con Amore
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From£295
CellistGlasgow

Wedding Strings Con Amore can provide a Quartet or Trio for Ceremony/ Drinks reception or both! Please get in touch!

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Hire Sarah Nail
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£175 - £310
CellistGlasgow

Award-winning, classically trained cellist. Skilled international chamber and orchestral musician as well as a studio recording artist.

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Hire CelloUna
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£281.25 - £350
CellistStockport

#1cello for Weddings, Funerals and Events in the North West! Quality cello music with backing tracks - from Bach to Beatles and beyond.

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Hire Cellist Eliza
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£395 - £575
CellistMerseyside

Award-winning Cheshire-based cellist providing classical & pop music for weddings & events. Beautiful and bespoke music guaranteed.

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Hire Isabella Dembinska
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£200 - £360
CellistCheshire, UK

Professional cellist and electric cellist, performing throughout UK and abroad for concerts, weddings and events.

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Hire Cupid's Bow Cello Duo
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From£299
CellistManchester

Cello duo with a versatile repertoire, playing Bach to the Beatles, Beyoncé and more. Perfect for weddings and functions.

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Hire Margit Zwan
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From£185
CellistManchester

Solo cello music to add a gorgeous classical sound to your special event. Amplification provided if required. All genres of music.

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Hire Arthur Thompson
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£300 - £400
CellistMorpeth

Number one cellist in the north east of England, great reviews, professional service and flexible repetoire ranging from Bach to the Beatles

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Hire Sarah Kegerreis
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£180 - £300
CellistEdinburgh

Versatile and enthusiastic musician available for weddings, parties, recordings and ensembles. Specialising in solo, chamber and arranging.

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Hire Fionnuala Donnelly Schmidt
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£250 - £600
CellistSheffield

Cellist available for private hire, including garden parties, weddings and private parties.

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Hire Sarah Nail
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£120 - £200
CellistDundee

Experience the soulful sounds of a world-class cellist, bridging the classical and contemporary with virtuosity and passion

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Hire James Tradgett
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£180 - £330
CellistManchester

James is a graduate of the RCS and the RNCM, currently a freelance cellist, teacher & arranger

Hiring a Cellist in Argyll And Bute

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Popular genres:
Classical, Pop, Jazz
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Busiest times:
July, August, September

How much does it cost to hire a Cellist in Argyll and Bute?

The typical price for a Cellist is:
£Budget£250
££Pro£325
£££High-end£400+

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Frequently asked questions

How do you pronounce cellist?

In British English, the word "cellist" is pronounced as "CHEL-ist." The emphasis is on the first syllable, and the "c" is pronounced as "ch," making it sound like "CHEL-ist.”

What kind of music can a cellist play?

Just about anything! Cellists will usually be most comfortable playing classical music, but that doesn't mean they won't be able to put together a fresh rendition of your favourite pop, folk, or jazz tune. Always discuss any requests with the cellist beforehand to give them enough time to practice.

Will I need to provide the cellist with any equipment?

Other than a seat without arms, probably not. If your venue is small, they will likely play unamplified. All they'll need to make the music happen is their cello, a bow, and a receptive audience (oh, and probably a music stand). If your venue is larger, they should be able to provide amplification.

Can a cellist play the violin?

Whether or not a cellist can play the violin depends on their skills and experience. While there are some similarities between the two instruments, there are also some significant differences. Similarities - Both instruments are bowed stringed instruments, which means that they are played by rubbing a bow across strings to produce sound. - Both instruments have four strings. - Both instruments are used in a variety of musical genres, including classical, jazz, and folk. Differences - The violin is significantly smaller than the cello. This means that cellists will need to adapt their technique to play the violin, such as using a shorter bow and adjusting their fingering positions. - The cello has a warmer, richer sound than the violin. This is due to the larger size of the cello and the way that its sound resonates within the cello's body. - The violin is more agile and expressive than the cello. This is due to the smaller size of the violin and the fact that it is held closer to the body, which allows cellists to use more arm and hand movements. While it is possible for cellists to learn to play the violin, it will require some adjustment and practice. If you are interested, we have multi-instrumentalists on our books, including cellists who play the violin. Get in touch with one of our experts today to find the right one for your event.

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