Haimovitz and pianist Christopher O’Riley play the living daylights out of these works. They lap up Beethoven’s combative style like hungry lions anticipating raw steak, relishing the composer’s frequentsubito dynamics, unpredictable placement of accents and over-the-bar-line phrase groupings
So, here for you to gorge on are Beethoven’s complete cello sonatas and variations, beautifully played as they were originally intended. Period.
Oxingale Music, publisher of a range of contemporary sheet music from award-winning composers, announces the first in a series of composition competitions aimed at building the repertoire for cello and unusual ensembles. The nucleus of Oxingale Music is a catalogue of works written for, premiered by, and recorded by Grammy-nominated cellist Matt Haimovitz.
August 23, 2013 MONTREAL — The first movement of Brahms’s Trio Op. 8 was coming to a rip-roaring conclusion, as it must. André Laplante (piano), Augustin Dumay (violin) and Matt […]
Matt Haimovitz & Uccello’s Meeting of the Spirits wins 2011 GRAMMY NOMINATION for Best Classical Crossover Album 2011 GRAMMY AWARD for David Frost, Best Classical Producer The album that The […]