Mihai TetelAssociate Professor of Cello
Why I Chose Hartt?
I love working at The Hartt School mostly because of the quality of the interraction I have with my colleagues, the students, and the wonderful staff. I have studied and taught at several institutions over the last three decades, and have found the ambiance at Hartt to be the most conducive to productive work. Un-stuffy, un-pretentious, down-to-earth, fun, are words that come to mind when I think of Hartt. I am in the building seven days a week, practicing, teaching, rehearsing, socializing, attending performances, and enjoy every minute of it. The chemistry among the Hartt family of students, faculty, and staff is unique, and that makes this place special.
More about Mihai
Mihai Tetel began his musical studies in his native Romania at the famed George Enescu Music School. Settling in Canada in 1979, he graduated in 1984 from the University of Toronto as an honors student of the celebrated virtuoso Vladimir Orloff. He earned a master's degree from The Juilliard School in 1986, and a Professional Studies Diploma from the Mannes School in New York in 1988. His principal cello teachers have included Lorne Munroe and Timothy Eddy.