Bach: The Cello SuitesWarner Classics
Warner Classics is proud to announce the label debut of acclaimed Russian American cellist Nina Kotova, with a recording of J.S. Bach's six immortal solo cello suites. Kotova performed the works on a 1679 Stradivarius formerly owned by Jacqueline du Pré, and since her London debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1996, Ms. Kotova has performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Concertgebouw, the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, Osaka Symphony Hall in Japan, and Red Square in Moscow.
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Nina Kotova - Bach Cello Suites / News.com.au review
Dance movements may have been the structure of Johann Sebastian Bach's six cello suites, but they breathe with more serious intent in the hands of modern cellists for whom the collection is a repertoire must. The six suites of six movements each (five dances plus a prelude in each) remained mostly a male preserve until the late, great Jacqueline du Pré recorded them as a 17-year-old. Russian celli...
Nina Kotova - Bach Cello Suites / WFMT 'New Release of the Week'
Russian-American cellist Nina Kotova showed early promise when studying at the Central Music School Pre-Conservatory. She was accepted into an adult class of the Moscow Conservatory at the age of 7, and was just 15 when she won First Prize at the Prague International Competition. Since her London debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1996, she has performed in venues such as the Barbican Centre, Carnegie Hall, th...
Nina Kotova - Bach Cello Suites / Crossradar review
We don't tend to cover a lot of classical music here at Crossradar – perhaps a bit of crossover stuff from time to time – so when something as beguilingly strong and confident as Nina Kotova's The Cello Suites(renditions of works by J S Bach), it's a real breath of fresh air. Opening with Bach's Cello Suite No. 1 in G, Kotova's delivery is immediately arresting and listenable, linger...
Nina Kotova - Bach: Cello Suites / KDFC 'Download of the Week'
Each week Classical, KDFC - San Francisco members can download a free mp3 from some of the biggest releases in the world of Classical music. Russian American cellist Nina Kotova is this week's pick. Kotova showed early promise when while studying at the Central Music School Pre-Conservatory she was accepted into an adult class of the Moscow Conservatory at the age of seven, and was just 15 when ...