Cello News

Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 26 December

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News A Cello Teacher Brings Joy to her Neighborhood through the Pandemic with a Teddy Bear Cello teacher Kathy Savit has posed her teddy bear, called Little Bear, outside her home in Ann Arbor, Michigan, throughout the pandemic, bringing joy to passersby.

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Online Cello Concerts and Events

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 26 December

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. 27 December 7:30 EST Online Rebroadcast of a 2019 Performance by Cellist David Bjella and Pianist Hannah Sun The program includes Beethoven and

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Jeremy Montagu

Remembering Jeremy Montagu

Jeremy Montagu holding a shofar from his private collection of approximately 3,000 musical instruments. (June 2009) Jeremy Montagu (27 December 1927 – 11 September 2020), was a world-famous specialist in the history and development of musical instruments. Over his 70+ year career, he worked in different musical professions, including that

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Cello News

Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 19 December

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News Yo-Yo Ma in People Magazine: “It’s not about winning, but about sharing.” With the recent release of his latest album with Kathryn Stott, Songs of Comfort and Hope, Yo-Yo has featured in the news even more than usual. This week Melody

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Online Cello Concerts and Events

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 19 December

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. 19 December 7:30 PM EST, Pre-show Zoom chat at 7 PM, online through 26 December The Vermont Symphony Orchestra Presents – “Music for Days

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Amit Peled Bach CD cover. December 2020 Prize Drawings

December 2020 Prize Giveaways

December is a Time to Celebrate This month we celebrate a significant milestone and an important holiday at The Cello Museum, specifically: The dedication of the museum (27 December) International Cello Day (29 December) Prizes Museum Dedication: 27 December 2020 We will announce our dedicatee and unveil a newly painted

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Pau Casals

7 Ways the Legacy of Casals Lives on Today

In his birthday month, we remember the iconic Pau Casals (29 December 1876 – 22 October 1973). When did you first encounter the works of the great Casals? I was nine years old when my parents gave me a 3-LP boxed set of his recordings. This was my introduction to

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Life Death and Cellos by Isabel Rogers book cover

Life, Death and Cellos Discussion

January 2021 Cello Book Club This is the page for book club members to discuss this month’s title: Isabel Rogers: Life, Death and Cellos The title says it all – Life, Death and Cellos. This is the best title for any cello fiction we’ve ever read. This book made us laugh

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Cello News

Cellos in the News: Top Stories of the Week – 12 December

Here’s your weekly dose of cello news. Cello News Yo-Yo Ma Helped Save Louis Kahn’s Floating Concert Hall Timeline: 1960s, conductor Robert Austin Boudreau commissioned Louis Kahn to design a floating concert all to carry an orchestra along America’s waterways to celebrate the U.S. Bicentennial 1976 this floating concert hall,

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Online Cello Concerts and Events

Online Concert and Event Listings of the Week – 11 December

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. 12 December: 3 Events 1 PM, 4 PM, 7 PM EST IDAGIO Livestream: Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma — Music and Conversation Yo-Yo

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