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October - CelloStone™ Trial & Demonstration #1

  • Oct 16, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Come try your cello with a CelloStone and feel how much easier your bow moves across your strings, diminish or lose your wolf and make it easier to learn new techniques on the cello! Go to for information and testimonials. Search YouTube for "CelloStone" to see a demonstration.

Bring your cello and Debbie will bring various CelloStones for you to try. There will be no formal presentation; she will let you try several and discuss how your cello would work with at CelloStone.


If you like one; you will be able to take it home and play on it until the new year.  If you want to keep it, send money. If you don’t just bring it back – she will arrange a place to meet.  If you don’t find one you like – that’s ok too, but she will try to get one to match your cello.


For more information:


-View & Download flyer here.


Testimonials from Cellists using CelloStones:

"My cello playing is worse than bad, even though I've a nice instrument. Playing is an existential discipline of putting myself in the position of a student who really wants to play, but has no talent.  It's so bad that the only people who will ever hear me are my extremely patient wife, and my cello teacher - but I have to pay my teacher to listen.  So naturally I will use any means available to make the sound better. CelloStone has eliminated my wolf tone, made the instrument easier to play, and seems to improve the bass notes.  Ms. Miles' vibrational analysis has caused one of the most interesting impacts of technology on the arts since the camera caused the Impressionist Movement.  Highly recommended."

Dendy Sloan, Ph.D., P.E.
University Professor Emeritus
Chemical & Biological Engineering

"We just got back from performing in NM and the stone proved to everyone that no matter where I play the cello performs the same. The other cellists had issues with endpins sinking into gravel and other issues with sound in certain areas. I did not. My cello stayed the same no matter where we went."

Stephen Weidner
Voice of The Wood
Cello Quartet

"First of all, the cellostone empowers my cello, brings out its voice, amplifies it in a way that creates a certain presence for me, which results in an expanded mindset.  I feel like I can play more fully, more expressively.  It is a great boost in a solo setting.  The cellostone also seems to take away the impediments to more free playing by smoothing out the rough edges any instrument will have naturally, like wolf tones. The wolves are gone as soon as I use the cellostone.  I find myself choosing more ambitious string and fingering options as a result.  Those possibilities are now opened to me.  And finally, when I get together to rehearse or perform chamber music with other string players, I find that using the cellostone enables me to blend with the other players more easily.  I can weave myself into the fabric of the music more deftly and then, on a dime, emerge for a solo and distinguish my sound from the others' to just the degree I choose.  I was not used to quite that level of ease in playing.  But I'm getting accustomed to it!  I feel lucky to have stumbled onto your cellostones."

Dianne Betkowski
Denver Eclectic Concerts
Intermezzo Chamber Music Sessions


Acoustic Eidolon's Cellist Hannah Alkire demonstrates the CelloStone™


BCP is not affiliated with CelloStone and is hosting this Demo for BCP member Debbie Miles.

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  • Susan

    I've played with a cello stone and they're really amazing. The comments you'll read about how the cello stone eliminates the wolf tone are all true. If you can take advantage of this opportunity to try, do!

    October 11, 2013

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