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Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 20 November

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News His Royal Highness, Charles, Prince of Wales Playing the Cello Prince Charles’ birthday was 14 November. Here is a video of him playing the cello. Congratulations to Tim Duerinck, Winner of a Henry van de Velde Award! Innovative instrument maker Tim Duerinck is

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Online Cello Concerts and Events

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 20 November

Online Performances and Events Below are upcoming, online events. Be sure to click on the source link for exact details of times, time zones, and ticket prices. For even more concert listings, here’s a Classic FM concert round-up. Now through 13 December Guerrilla Opera: Dreamwalker   “Dreamwalker” centers on two

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Bernhard Romberg

7 Ways Bernhard Romberg Influences the Cello World Today

This month we celebrate the birthday of the great Bernhard Heinrich Romberg. Hero of Cellists Bernhard Romberg (11 November 1767 – 13 August 1841) was a famous, touring virtuoso cellist. Critics called him the “Hero of all Violoncellists, the King of All Virtuosos.” Many of us are familiar with the

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Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 14 November

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News Yo-Yo Ma in Democracy & Voice We want the artists and the preachers, the innovators, and the academics to remind us: Who is the “we” in ‘we the people?’ What do we owe each other? When can the healing start? With

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Tyshawn Sorey’s new piece, “For Roscoe Mitchell,” was written with cellist and former Seattle Symphony artist-in-residence Seth Parker Woods in mind. (Michael Yu)

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 14 November

Online Performances and Talks Below are upcoming, online events. Be sure to click on the source link for exact details of times, time zones, and ticket prices. For even more concert listings, here’s a Classic FM concert round-up. 1-30 November – Check the Schedule for Days and Times Festival Brikcius

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Amit Peled, The Mr. Miyagi of the Cello

An Inside Look at The First Hour Online Journey with Amit Peled

How – or What – Should I Practice Every Day? A frequently asked question in many online forums is some variation of – what should I practice every day – or how should I organize my practice time? When we saw Amit Peled’s book, The First Hour, and his 7-week course, The

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Young Cellist in Biden's America the Beautiful Video

Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 7 November

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News U.S. President-Elect, Joe Biden, Sees Future with Cellos! Politics aside, we are very glad to see that President-elect, Joe Biden, included cellos and cellists in his “America the Beautiful” video that he tweeted upon the announcement that he had won the

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Online Cello Concerts and Events

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 7 November

Online Performances Below are upcoming, online events. Be sure to click on the source link for exact details of times, time zones, and ticket prices. For even more concert listings, here’s a Classic FM concert round-up. 31 October – Still Available (at time of publication) on YouTube Wigmore Hall –

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November Cello

Curator’s Corner: November 2020

November at The Cello Museum What’s happening this month at The Cello Museum? Find out here. Thank you for joining us at The Cello Museum. Here are the highlights of what’s happening in November. Happy Birthday, Bernhard Romberg! During his birthday month, we remember Bernhard Romberg (11 November 1767 –

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Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 31 October

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News Cellist Specializes in Creating Scary Soundtracks Cellist/composer Chris Thomas collects sounds. Thomas loves to usher moviegoers from emotion to emotion, from lighthearted humor to edge-of-the-seat anticipation, relief, terror, dread or niggling uncertainty. “Don’t Look Back” follows a young woman who, along

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