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Complete the form below to register for Elective Studio Private lessons or classes. After submitting your form, the Special Music Programs office will add the class to your schedule. Please be sure to leave enough units in your schedule to add the course.

Fall 2017 registration is now open. Please submit your registration below for the Fall 2017 semester.

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Donna Amato

Artist Lecturer in Piano, Staff Pianist

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Donna Amato was born in Pittsburgh, where she also received her earliest musical training. She later studied with Ozan Marsh, Louis Kentner, Gaby Casadesus, Guido Agosti and Angelica Morales von Sauer. She has made concert appearances in Great Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Austria, Norway, Mexico, Canada, Russia and the United States, and radio broadcasts on the BBC as well as the inaugural live broadcast on Classic FM. Her concerto performances have included the Mozart Concerto, K.488, Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1, Daniel Dorff's Piano Concerto, Nancy Galbraith's 2nd Piano Concerto and the 4th Piano Concerto ʻAurora Borealisʼ by Geirr Tveitt (which can be seen in its entirety on YouTube). She performed works of Giacinto Scelsi in Rome at the invitation of the Scelsi Foundation, and toured with Pittsburghʼs River City Brass Band in a series of performances of the Jazz Concerto in D by Dana Suesse. Other performances with orchestra have included the Skryabin Piano Concerto, the 2nd Piano Concerto of Edward MacDowell, the Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No. 4, Leonardo Baladaʼs Concerto for Piano, Winds and Percussion, and the world première of Sorabjiʼs 5th Piano Concerto. In 2005 she performed Michael Daughertyʼs Le tombeau de Liberace in Arizona, and Messiaenʼs Couleurs de la cité célèste with the Carnegie Mellon University Wind Ensemble, conducted by George Vosburgh. A number of leading composers have written works especially for her, which she has performed, broadcast and recorded.


Her recordings include the two concertos of MacDowell with the London Philharmonic Orchestra on the Alto label, the sonatas of Dutilleux and Balakirev, a recital disc entitled ʻA Piano Portraitʼ, a Scriabin disc, two collections of works by Sorabji, a disc of music by Ethelbert and Arthur Nevin, MacDowellʼs complete piano sonatas, Nancy Galbraithʼs Piano Concerto No. 2, and a disc of the early piano works of Scelsi. Other releases include piano music of Carson Cooman (Naxos), Arnold Rosner (Albany), and Thomas L. Read (Zimbel), a second volume of Coomanʼs piano works (Altarus), and Sorabjiʼs ʻSymphonia brevisʼ (Piano Symphony No.5) (Altarus).

She has a long-standing association with Sorabjiʼs music. She produced performing editions of his Passeggiata Arlecchinesca and Toccatinetta sopra C.G.F., and corrected editions of Fantaisie espagnole and Valse-fantaisie, all of which she has also performed in concert. She has also acted as consulting editor on other works, and gave world premières of two of his compositions in an all-Sorabji concert in the Vienna Festival in 1993. In 1992 she presented a lecture-recital in Montréal, Canada, on Sorabji's life and music. In March, 2003, she gave the world première of Sorabjiʼs published piano concerto, now regarded as his 5th (it was published in the 1920s as Concerto II). The concert, which also featured works written around the same time by Busoni and Grainger, was given in Vredenburg Music Center, Utrecht as part of a series of events ʻAround Kaikhosru Sorabjiʼ organised by Netherlands Public Radio, which broadcast the performance (now available on YouTube). The orchestra was the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ed Spanjaard. In 2004 she gave the world première of Symphonia brevis (Piano Symphony No.5) at New Yorkʼs Merkin Hall.

Donna Amato currently teaches piano at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, and works at Carnegie Mellon as an Assisting Artist, while maintaining a busy schedule of solo and chamber-music concert appearances.
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Mark Domencic

Artist Lecturer in Music Theory

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Mark Domencic is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Music (BFA, MM in piano performance) and a current doctoral student at Boston University’s School of Music, where he is pursing a DMA in Music Education.  In addition to his duties as Artist Lecturer in Music Theory at CMU, Mr. Domencic also serves as a piano instructor in Carnegie Mellon’s Music Extension Division.  Outside of CMU, Mr. Domencic is a music instructor at Act One Theatre School.  He has also worked with various other musical and theatrical organizations throughout the Pittsburgh area as a solo and collaborative artist.  Past performance venues include Heinz Hall, the Byham Theatre, and Carnegie Music Hall.

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James Ferla

Artist Lecturer in Guitar, Director of Guitar Ensemble

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James Ferla's teaching reflects an integrated philosophy of musicianship skills and methodology by providing musical training that connects the broad spectrum of historical and current practices. The emphases throughout the guitar curriculum are connections, immersion in a wide range of musical repertoire, independent skills, sequential development of skills, and seeing the guitar as part of a great historical tradition. At Carnegie Mellon, Ferla also directs the Carnegie Mellon Guitar Ensemble. 

As a performer, James Ferla has given numerous solo and ensemble concerts throughout the United States including programs at the Smithsonian Institution, Arizona State University, Wolf Trap, the Chautauqua Institution, Florida State University, Oberlin College and Notre Dame. He has been heard on NPR, PBS, CBS, Voice of America, USIA, Chukyo TV-Nagayo in Japan, and, in Pittsburgh on WQED-FM. Mr. Ferla has published several articles on guitar repertoire in SoundBoard, the journal of the Guitar Foundation of America, and is heard on seven CDs. He performs most frequently in a guitar duo with colleague John Marcinizyn with a repertoire ranging from Renaissance to Jazz. In addition to concerts with the Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo, he has also performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Cuarteto Latinoamericano, singer/actress Kate Young, the Renaissance City Winds, the Dear Friends Ensemble, oboist Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida, tenor Doug Ahlstedt and mezzo-soprano Daphne Alderson. Ferla is on the advisory board of the Guitar Society of Fine Art.

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Hilary Gamble

Viola, Music for Non-Majors

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Hilary Gamble has performed as a soloist throughout the United States, Asia, and the United Kingdom, and is in demand as an orchestral musician, soloist, and teacher in the greater Pittsburgh area. She is currently Adjunct Faculty in Viola at Carnegie Mellon University School of Music and Viola Instructor at the Waldorf School of Pittsburgh. 

An avid chamber musician, Ms. Gamble is a founding member of the Morningstar String Trio and Bridge String Quartet. She also enjoys playing with the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, Erie Philharmonic, Erie Chamber Orchestra, and Youngstown Symphony Orchestra. She won the Principal Viola position with the MasterWorks Philharmonic Orchestra and the Napa Valley Orchestra Institute, and has been invited to join the Youth Orchestra of the Americas concert tour. She won a violin position with the Starling Honors String Quartet in 2011, which was featured in a performance at Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh in addition to giving a concert tour in Qatar.  Ms. Gamble enjoys promoting contemporary music and has premiered pieces such as Marilyn Taft-Thomas’ Sequential Proteins and Nancy Galbraith’s Euphonic Blues. She has also performed with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and with the Broadway Musical Next to Normal.

Ms. Gamble has been featured in masterclasses with Elmira Darvarova, Barnabus Keleman, Pamela Frank, Penderecki String Quartet, Todd Phillips, Almita Vamos, Terri Langdon, Carol Cole, Wing Ho, Lisa Boyko, Yizhak Schotten, Lawrence Dutton, Caroline Lee, Meng Wang, and Tatjana Mead Chamis. She has enjoyed working under the baton of  Martin West of the San Francisco Ballet, Mariss Jansons, formerly of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Mario Venzago, formerly of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Miriam Burns of the New York Philharmonic, Robert Page of Carnegie Mellon University, and Carl Topilow of Cleveland Institute of Music.

Ms. Gamble was the winner of the 2012 Pittsburgh Concert Society Major Auditions, the Walkinshaw Music Prize, finalist at the Lennox International Young Artist String Competition, winner of the McKeesport Symphony Orchestra Young Artist competition, winner of the Prelude Awards in the Collaborative and Solo Divisions, and was invited to perform at the 2014 Primrose Viola Competition and Festival. 

 Ms. Gamble received her Master of Music in Violin Performance from Carnegie Mellon University under the tutelage of Cyrus Forough. She received her Advanced Music Studies certificate in Viola Performance with David Harding of Trio Verlaine. She has had the pleasure of studying with Mimi Zweig of Indiana University, David Updegraff of the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Lisa Boyko of The Cleveland Orchestra. Ms. Gamble graduated summa cum laude from Geneva College at the age of 20 as an Alpha Chi honors student, and was a full scholarship recipient at Carnegie Mellon for both graduate degrees.

 

Tanya Gelman

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Tanya Gelman was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. She received her bachelor's degree with honors in St. Petersburgh and a master's degree from the St. Petersburgh Conservatory. She studied under the tutelage of G. Buze.

Following her musical studies, Mrs. Gelman participated in numerous chamber music concerts, including the festival "The White Nights" in Russia. She also taught piano at a music school.

After coming to the United States, Mrs. Gelman joined the Carnegie Mellon University Preparatory School faculty. Her students have won numerous awards in various piano competitions, including the World Piano Competition and the Westmoreland Young Artist's Competition.

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Micah Howard

Artist Lecturer in Double Bass

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Micah Howard enjoys a very rewarding career as both a performer and a teacher. He joined the world renowned Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in 1996 at the age of 25. As a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony, he has toured five continents, including Europe, Asia, Australia, South America and North America. Howard regularly performs as a recitalist, and chamber musician. He has also been featured as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Howard has always been active as a music educator. In addition to private teaching, he regularly serves as lecturer for various universities, coaches youth ensembles, such as the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Youngstown Youth Symphony Orchestra, and in collaboration with the Pittsburgh Symphony's outreach program, visits local grade schools and high schools to coach ensembles and promote music education. Since the spring of 2000, he has been teaching string bass as adjunct faculty at the Dana School of Music, Youngstown State University, and is also an adjunct professor at Duquesne University. At Carnegie Mellon, Howard serves as Artist Lecturer in Double Bass. 

As a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony, Howard has served on several committees. Most notably, he was a member of the core audition committee for five years, serving as chair for two of those years. While on this committee, he played a role in hiring more than twenty full-time and substitute members of the orchestra. He was also involved in creating a new process, which was instituted in 2005, for hiring new musicians. Currently he is a member of the Orchestra and Artistic Committees. 

Howard received his Bachelor of Music degree from Youngstown State University, and his Masters of Music degree from Duquesne University School of Music. His teachers include Tony Leonardi, Rodney Van Sickle, Edward Pales, Peter Paul Adamiac, and Jeffrey Turner. While still a student, Howard performed as a member of many regional orchestras, such as the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra, the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, and the Erie Philharmonic. He also played as a substitute with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Ballet and Opera Orchestras, and the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble. In 1995 he took first place in the International Society of Bassists Orchestral Competition.

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Lance LaDuke

Artist Lecturer in Euphonium & Music Business, School of Music Freshman Advisor, and Coordinator of Special and Creative Projects

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Lance LaDuke is internationally known as a performer, writer, speaker and educator. In addition to his duties on trombone and euphonium (and singer/court jester) in Boston Brass, Lance teaches at Duquesne and Carnegie Mellon Universities. Prior to joining Boston Brass, he served as principal solo euphonium with the River City Brass Band, the only full time professional brass band in the country. Lance has written for countless organizations, including sketches for radio, stage and themed attractions. He studied comedy improv and was a member of several improv troupes and regularly steps in front of audiences around the country in a number of character and comic roles.

A graduate of Michigan State University, Lance received a bachelor’s degree in Music Education, with a cognate in English. After graduate study at the University of Akron (euphonium performance) and George Mason University (instrumental conducting), Lance joined the United States Air Force Band in Washington D.C. While there, he performed for two presidents, countless dignitaries and heads of state and in hundreds of protocol functions, ceremonies, and public relations tours. He maintained a Top Secret security clearance, played for well over a million people from the White House to Red Square, and can be seen (with a magnifying glass) in the movie A Clear and Present Danger.

Lance has also performed with many of the top professional brass groups in the country, including the Brass Band of Battle Creek and the Nothing But Valves brass quartet. He has taught and/or given master classes at some of the world’s finest universities and conservatories, including Juilliard, the Royal Academy of Music in London and Yong Siew Toh in Singapore. He has appeared on over thirty recordings, has produced nine others and has toured extensively throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia. His performances have been seen and heard on numerous television and radio programs.

Lance co-wrote and produced (with Deanna Swoboda) Band Blast Off, a band recruiting DVD and is currently in development on another. His comedy songs, including a touching elegy to a dead goldfish and a song about getting underwear for Christmas, are available for viewing through lanceladuke.com. Additionally, he has recently launched a speaking career, sharing his ideas on practice, leadership, and self-development.

His new book, Music Practice Coach, Five Workouts to Get the Most Out of Your Practice Time! is available through marketingvp.us or in all ebook formats.

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Carla LaRocca

Associate Teaching Professor of Keyboard Studies

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Carla LaRocca is a native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she began her musical studies at the age of six with her father, Anthony LaRocca, a former New Orleans jazz pianist. She later studied with Natalie Matovinovic, Charles Fisher, Laura Kargul, and Nelson Whitaker. Miss LaRocca holds the B.A. from Albion College (summa cum laude) and an M.F.A. with honors from Carnegie Mellon. LaRocca was the pianist of the Ann Arbor Symphony and has performed at the Albion College Concert Hall, Steadman Theater, and Salle Ockeghem, Tours, France. She has performed for Norman Dello Joio and was honored to play for the Ambassador of Italy. Her latest endeavors include releasing a CD of her piano solos and creating educational computer software for college level study. Miss LaRocca also serves on the Board of the Steinway Society.

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Rodrigo Ojeda

Assistant Teaching Professor of Coaching and Accompanying

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Ojeda began his piano studies at the age of ten. He completed his Bachelor´s Degree in piano performance at the IUDEM (Institute of Musical Studies) in 1997 under Arnaldo Pizzolante. In 1999 he went on to complete his graduate studies at Carnegie Mellon University with Enrique Graf where he also remained to complete his Artist Diploma certificate.

Mr. Ojeda has performed on master classes with such notable pianists as Kasimierz Giesrod (former rector of the Frederic Chopin Academy in Warsaw ), Marek Joblonsky, Georgy Sandor, Marta Gulyas, and Earl Wild. His solo recitals include performances throughout Venezuela, Ecuador and most recently in the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina. He has performed concerti from an expansive repertoire of Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Gershwin, Grieg, Schumann, Mozart, Liszt (Totentanz), Cesar Frank and Prokofiev.

A versatile pianist, Mr. Ojeda has performed numerous chamber works from classical and contemporary string, brass and woodwind repertoire. He has been a member of the Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble under the direction of Efrain Amaya and Educardo Alonso Crespo.

Mr. Ojeda´s most recent live television and radio broadcasts include Prokofiev´s Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Orquesta Municipal, Caracas, Venezuela. This summer Mr. Ojeda will be soloist once again with the Orquesta Municipal, playing the Brahms´ 2nd Piano Concerto as well as performing in chamber and solo recitals throughout Mexico, Venezuela and Spain.

Currently Mr. Ojeda is an Artist Lecturer in Piano in the School of Music at Carnegie Mellon University as well as a piano faculty member in its Music Preparatory School. His wife, Giuseppina, and son, Sebastian, reside with him in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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MaryBeth Schotting

Director, String Preparatory Division; Director, Summer String Workshop

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MaryBeth G. Schotting serves on the violin faculty of Carnegie Mellon University as Artist Lecturer in Violin and Director of the String Preparatory Division, a program she was asked to create and has developed since 2002. She also teaches violin to undergraduates in the Music Extension Division of Carnegie Mellon. Since Ms. Schotting’s tenure as Director of the String Preparatory Division, she founded and is Director of the Summer String Workshop, a one week program of masterclasses and chamber orchestra. She also conducts and directs the Violin Choir of the String Preparatory School, a select group she created of young violinists that perform around Pittsburgh.

Ms. Schotting has taught extensively the past nineteen years, continuing the lineage of her renowned teachers. Her violin studies have been with Alan Bodman, Linda Cerone, Stephen Majeske, Syoko Aki, and Andres Cardenes, Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony. Before moving to Pittsburgh, Ms. Schotting taught at Connecticut College, Yale University, and was assistant to Isaac Malkin of the Manhattan School of Music. In the past few years, her students have placed in local competitions including the Duquesne Young Artist’s Competition, Westmoreland Young Artist’s Competition, and the Lois Streator/ Louis Smith Young Artist’s Competition. Many of her current students play in the youth symphonies of Pittsburgh, including the Symphonettes, Three Rivers Young People’s Orchestra, and the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony and have held principal positions.

Ms. Schotting also has extensive orchestral experience, and currently performs with the Pittsburgh Opera and Ballet Orchestras. She has played with a multitude of orchestras, including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Akron Symphony, Westmoreland Symphony, and countless orchestras in Connecticut including the Waterbury Symphony, Connecticut Chamber Virtuosi, and New Music New Haven. She has also performed with the Music on the Edge series for the University of Pittsburgh. Ms. Schotting has performed at music festivals around the world including the Sunflower Music Festival , Breckenridge Music Festival, Colorado Music Festival, New Hampshire Music Festival, Spoleto Music Festival USA and Italy, and at music festivals in Austria and France.

Ms. Schotting has a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music and Yale University, and a Performance Residency Certificate from Carnegie Mellon University. She has played solo and chamber music recitals in New York City, South Carolina with Chamber Music Hilton Head, for the Tuesday Musical Club in Akron, Ohio and in Pittsburgh for the Steinway Society. She has received awards for her chamber musicianship from the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau, France, as well as performing for former President Clinton. Ms. Schotting has won numerous violin competitions, including the Tuesday Musical Club in Akron, Ohio, and has soloed with local orchestras including the Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra and Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic.

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Daniel Teadt

Assistant Teaching Professor, baritone

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Internationally acclaimed baritone DANIEL TEADT has performed throughout the United States and Europe in over thirty operatic roles in repertoire spanning more than 400 years. His range of repertoire includes his New York City Opera debut as the title role in Telemann’s Orpheus which followed his critically acclaimed portrayals of Charlie in Jake Heggie’s Three Decembers and the title role in Tobias Picker’s Fantastic Mr Fox. Recently he performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Susquehanna Vallay Chorale, Resonance Works, Pittsburgh Song Collaborative and Lyric Fest.

Upcoming he will be appearing with Pittsburgh Opera in Little Women, Akron Symphony for the Faure Requiem, West Liberty Chorale’s Messiah, Resonance Works, Elgar’s The Apostles with the Riverside Symphonia and the New York City premiere of Missa Latina with Canticum Novum. Other notable highlights include Grammy Award winning performances with the London Symphony Orchestra, appearances with Pittsburgh Opera, San Francisco Opera, Aix-en-provence Festival, Arizona Opera, Opera Theatre of St Louis, Anchorage Opera, Ashlawn Opera Festival and Central City Opera among others.

A lauded concert singer and recitalist Mr Teadt has also appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Concerto Koln, Chatham Baroque, Los Angeles Master Chorale, I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, Victoria Bach Festival, the Orchestras of the San Francisco and Metropolitan Opera as well as recitals with the Ravinia Festival, Music In A Great Space, Lyric Fest, Music Of St Paul’s Recital Series, Pittsburgh Song Collaborative, Palm Beach Song Series, Freya String Quartet, New York Festival of Song, San Francisco Opera Schwabacher Debut Recitals and Aix-en-provence Festival.

His accolades include the Theodore Uppman prize from the George London Foundation, a Matteus Sullivan Career Grant, top honors from the MacAllister and Palm Beach Opera Awards as well as the prestigious Ganzalus Prize for Voice.

As a Master Teacher and technician Daniel has presented master classes and workshops as well as taught students throughout the world including Central Conservatory of Music-Beijing, The Palacio das Artes in Minas Gerais, Brazil, Arizona Opera, Ball State University, Clarion University, Arizona State University, Lincoln Park Performing Arts School, Trinity Scholars, Carnegie Mellon University Pre-College Program, Opera Theater Summerfest, Point Park University and Washington & Jefferson College. Daniel is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Voice at Carnegie Mellon University.

www.danielteadt.com

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Paula Tuttle

Cello coach

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A Pittsburgh native, Paula Tuttle (Cello) has traveled and performed throughout the US, Europe and the Far East as orchestral musician, soloist and chamber music artist. She played as Principal Cello for the internationally renowned Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC, and the Festival of the Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy. She presented numerous recitals in France during three summers at the Acadamie Franco-Americaine in Vaison-la-Romaine, Provence.

She has been active as soloist and recitalist in the Western Pennsylvania region with the Slippery Rock Piano Trio since 2004. As a member of the Pittsburgh Opera and Ballet Orchestras, she has been Assistant Principal as well as Principal Cello since 1987. In addition to providing private lessons, Ms. Tuttle teaches at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. More information about Ms. Tuttle is available on her website at: 

www.paulatuttlecello.com