©2019 by Everardo Sanchez.






Everardo is a passionate teacher and performer in the Chicago area. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Cello Performance in 2019 at Chicago College of Performing Arts (CCPA) at Roosevelt University studying under Dr. Tanya L. Carey, former president of the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Everardo is currently pursuing an
Artist Diploma at CCPA with Dr. Tanya L. Carey.
He has finished his training in Suzuki Cello Books 1- 4 under
Dr. Carey as well. He plans to pursue masters and doctorate degrees as well as finishing his teacher training through all ten books.



Making Learning More Enjoyable & Easy

Playing Cello

My Philosophy

I believe that music education plays a crucial role in the enrichment of one's knowledge, creativity, and character. As a teacher, my desire is to spread the appreciation of and passion for music. 

I am motivated by each student and their unique personality and styles of learning.

My teaching is based on:

  • "Every Child Can" from the Suzuki Method which is based on the principle that all children possess ability, and that ability can be developed and improved through a nurturing environment.

  • Mother Tongue - A student learns from listening to others; therefore, music should be a daily activity. Reinforcement and repetition are key.

  • Listening and Memorization - Music is all about sound; thus, listening is crucial in establishing aural skills, technical attention, and memorization.

  • "Cello Playing is Easy,"  a book and belief that my teacher

Dr. Tanya Carey taught me about the importance of the natural motion of the body and the mental and physical strength that make it possible.

  • Focused, organized, and strategic practice - Regardless of the student's level, planned practice helps achieve any goal.


With a thorough knowledge of solid technique, musical sound, and a strong passion for​ the arts, any student can thrive as a musician.


Contact Me

Chicago, Cook County 60608