I’m 36 years old and always wanted to play an instrument, but couldn't afford it when I was young. 3 years ago I took up piano and violin. Violin was too high pitched for me so I quit after a year. Last year I started learning the cello. I've played piano for 3 years and Cello for 1 year. I'm also a school teacher, so it's been very hard to learn 2 instruments at the same time. I enjoy playing the piano, but I would like to learn an instrument that can be in a beginner orchestra. That's why I took up the cello. I love listening to Cello music, which can actually be discouraging because I clearly don't sound as good. Flute is also something that I'm interested in learning. I know it's treble clef like the violin, but the higher pitch doesn't bother me on the flute. I'm trying to decide which to choose. I can only learn 1 instrument at a time for now. I'm leaning towards staying with the Cello and quitting the piano. I will still play piano on my own, but not as much. I'm just concerned that I'll find out later that I'm terrible at the cello and will never be able to learn to play it well, wasting my time. Any thoughts?