Giveaway – Sarah Freiberg Signed Have Cellos, Will Travel CD (Plus a Cello Museum T-Shirt) Dr. Freiberg has generously donated an autographed copy of her album for a giveaway. Enter for a chance to win this signed CD and a Cello Museum T-shirt. We will do the drawing late in
We are excited to continue our collaboration with the New York Women Composers. This month, we spotlight composer and conductor Jing Zhou. Bio: Jing Zhou is a composer and guzheng performer. She fuses new and bold musical ideas with her traditional Chinese musical heritage to create a distinct compositional style.
Meet fabulous cellist, early music specialist, professor, and writer, Dr. Sarah Freiberg, and learn about her delightful new album with cello duo partner, Colleen McGary-Smith: Have Cellos, Will Travel. Meet Cellist Sarah Freiberg One reason I love my job is that I get to have great conversations with wonderful cellists.
Meet cello soloist, composer, conductor, and educator Dr. Ovidiu Marinescu and learn about his marvelous new album: London Cello Connection. Meet Dr. Ovidiu Marinescu One of my favorite aspects of working at the Cello Museum is having the privilege of making connections with remarkable cellists from around the world. Recently I
We are excited to continue our collaboration with the New York Women Composers. This month, we spotlight composer and conductor Beth Anderson. Bio: Beth Anderson is a composer of new romantic music, text-sound works, and music theater events. She has composed an opera, an oratorio, music for orchestra, voice, chorus,
From El Sistema to star solo cellist, professor, recording artist, and electronic dance music composer – meet the remarkable Dr. Carmine Miranda and learn about his spectacular new album of the Shostakovich and Rachmaninoff Sonatas. Meet Dr. Carmine Miranda I had the very great pleasure of speaking with the award-winning
March 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. It’s March, and we have a lot to look forward to this month. Celebrate Women’s History Month Just in time to help us all
When the war started one year ago, we at the Cello Museum, to quote the University of Oxford, were “appalled by Russia’s action and in awe of the bravery shown by Ukrainians as well as the bravery of those Russians who have denounced their government’s aggression.” Cellists for Peace The
We are excited to continue our collaboration with the New York Women Composers. This month, we spotlight composer and conductor Victoria Bond. Bio excerpts from Bond’s website: Victoria Bond leads a multifaceted career as composer, conductor, lecturer, and artistic director of Cutting Edge Concerts. Her compositions have been praised by