Study With Me
To inspire, share and empower bassists to find deeper understanding and connection in their music as they develop their own musical voices and realize their full potential in this ever-changing world.
Pascale Delache-Feldman has maintained a successful private studio in the Boston area for more than 20 years and is on the faculties at the Longy School of Music of Bard College and Tufts University. She teaches students ages 10 to 82, pre-college to post graduate level in applied lessons, double bass orchestral repertoire classes, pedagogy, and coaches chamber music.
By encouraging my students to be curious and inquisitive, they are able to become independent thinkers and problem solvers and ultimately use their knowledge to be more effective in the practice room. My aim is to create a positive environment that encourages creativity, exploration and experimentation to allow each student to express themselves freely and eventually find their own artistic voice. I ask a lot of questions, use imagery and singing to help them discover the meaning and musical phrasing of each piece and have a deeper understanding and connection to the music.
No matter what development stage students are at, I am committed to help them achieve their full potential and have a lifelong love of music. It’s a gift that they will carry on for the rest of their life and hopefully pass it on.
Student successes include acceptances to The Juilliard School, Colburn Music Conservatory, Oberlin and New England Conservatory. They have been winners at the International Society of Bassists solo junior competition and placed in top chairs at the MMEA junior and senior districts and All State program competitions.
“Honesty, commitment, and hard work are necessary to succeed in music and in life — and these are key values I work to embody and instill in my students.”