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For Beethoven's famous Triple Concerto Op. 56, world renowned cellist Sol Gabetta teamed up with fellow musicians and friends violinist Giuliano Carmignola, soloist of the Venice Baroque Orchestra, Dejan Lazic, the young talented pianist, and Giovanni Antonini, conductor of the Kammerorchester Basel. Available January 8, Beethoven: Triple Concerto (Sony Classical) features the famous Beethoven concerto along with three of his greatest overtures, Prometheus, Egmont and Coriolan.
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SOL GABETTA - LIVE / The Strad review
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Sol Gabetta featured on Performance Today
Sol Gabetta plays cello with intelligence, emotion, and a lively wit. She lives in Switzerland, and her career is mainly in Europe. But on Thursday's Performance Today, we'll hear from a rare concert Sol Gabetta gave here in the states with the Houston Symphony. Here is the full Episode Playlist Hour 1 Frederic Chopin : Prelude in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 4 No. 25 Nikolai Lugansky, pian...
Sol Gabetta, Alessio Bax play UCSB's Hahn Hall / Santa Barbara Independent
The Music Academy of the West's charming Hahn Hall held an intimate concert last Wednesday when renowned cellist Sol Gabetta made her debut with pianist Alessio Bax, performing arrangements written specifically for their two powerful instruments. Opening with Robert Schumann's emotionally charged Fantasiestücke, Gabetta disappeared into a world of her own, so mesmerized by the material. During the d...
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There was plenty to marvel at in the magnificent recital given on Tuesday night by the Argentine cellist Sol Gabetta - her effortless precision and grace, her rhythmic fluency, or the expansive interpretive approach she took to music built on various different scales. But the one that I kept coming back to during Gabetta's first local appearance, presented in Herbst Theatre by San Francisco Performances,...
Sol Gabetta, in control for Celebrity Series debut / Boston Musical Intelligencer
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Sol Gabetta wins 2016 ECHO Klassik awards / The Strad
The Deutsche Phono-Akademie (German record industry) has named the 57 winners of its 2016 ECHO Klassik awards, honouring ‘the most successful and outstanding achievements' of German and international classical musicians over the last 12 months. Among the string players recognised by the industry is Sol Gabetta who wins the Instrumentalist Cello title for her Vasks ‘Presence' recording...
Sol Gabetta - Vasks Makes WRTI's Summertime Roundup
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First night of the Proms review - tribute to France opens a stirring evening / theguardian
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This year - BBC Proms celebrates the cello. Sol Gabetta describes why she loves the instrument / theguardian
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Sol Gabetta opens 2016 BBC Proms / Female First Q&A
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Sol Gabetta and BBC Proms collaborate for - Cello / The Strad
Cellist Sol Gabetta has teamed with 59 Productions to create ‘Cello', a short film commissioned by the BBC Proms. The film features Gabetta performing the opening of Elgar's Cello Concerto as her 300-year-old Gofriller instrument is transformed by a series of animations which respond to and evolve with Elgar's music. 59 Productions, which has previously mapped moving images to the Sydne...
Sol Gabetta makes HuffPost 'Ten Essential Picks' for Piatigorsky International Cello Festival
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A musical journey with Sol Gabetta / Deutsche Welle
She's a TV host in Germany, a cello teacher in Switzerland and has her own music festival. Sol Gabetta also co-founded the the Capella Gabetta, a period instrument orchestra we'll hear this hour. Sol Gabetta considers each performance a journey she wants to take the audience along on, telling DW, "It's interesting to see them afterwards. Having been with me on a two-hour trip, they go away sa...
Sol Gabetta - Vasks: Presence / Washington Post review
When the cellist Sol Gabetta was 18 years old, she heard an intriguing piece for solo cello and voice by the Latvian composer Peteris Vasks. Years later, Gabetta found the score, tracked down the composer, invited him to the music festival she runs in Switzerland and pestered him to write her a cello concerto. She got her wish in 2012 with "Klatbutne" (Presence), an arresting 35-minute work for cello and...
Sol Gabetta - Vasks: Presence / The Strad review
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