William Molina Cestari, the emblematic Venezuelan cellist, shares with Cello Magazine the projects he is currently working on.
We are thrilled to introduce Cello Magazine's September Featured Artist: Nadège Rochat.
For 23 years, I have had the privilege of being a member of the cello section in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. For the first time in over two decades we have selected a new music director, Nathalie Stutzmann. This is an historic appointment, not only because she is the first ...
Alban Gerhardt himself talks to Cello Magazine about his latest release: the Shostakovich Concertos on Hyperion.
Artist of the Month
Nadège Rochat: “If You Give Other Musical Genres a Chance, You May Discover Elements That You Can Later Incorporate Into Your Way of Communicating With the Cello”
Discover in this video portrait the acclaimed cello soloist Nadège Rochat (current Professor of Cello at the Royal Academy of Music in London): her beginnings, musical and artistic interests, and advice.
The Pablo Casals International Award is open to cello students from all over the world born after 31 December 2000 and will offer three grand prizes of 18,000 euros, 12,000 euros and 6,000 euros.
Five and a half hours of music for cello in one evening! When you gather around the greatest cellists of our times, this is a highly entertaining affair. Jan Vogler, himself a cellist and the director of the Dresden Music Festival, invited his colleagues to a festival-within-festival for the second ...