CelloBello is Proud to Present:
Cello Works by Black Composers
CelloBello envisions a future in classical music where racial equity and representation
are the norm, not the exception, and hope this database might take us a step towards
this vision by easing access to information about repertoire that is more inclusive of our
diverse communities and helping to encourage new curiosities and explorations into
this repertoire that, historically, has not been equally represented on our concert stages
or in our music schools.
Friday, December 4th 2020 at 3:30 pm EST
Live from Madrid
CelloChat: Alban Gerhardt
International soloist Alban Gerhardt hosts our next interactive CelloChat, live from Madrid.
Join the conversation on Facebook Live and YouTube Live!
Pieter Wispelwey Master Class:
Bach Cello Suite No.1 in G Major
Prelude, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande.
Master class with Pieter Wispelwey at New England Conservatory of Music, 2015 with
Clara Lee, cello.
Ears, Mind, Body – Part 1
Empower the ears and heart to lead. Cello lesson with Paul Katz.
From the Internet Cello Society Archives:
Interview with Eva Heinitz
Eva Heinitz in conversation with Tim Janof, December 1997.
Legacy: Leonard Rose
Brahms Piano Trio No. 1 in B major
– 1st Movement
Leonard Rose, cello with Isaac Stern, violin and Eugene Istomin, Piano
Blogs: Tyresha Hale
Finding Purpose and Growth as an
Adult Amateur Cellist
"Mindset theory was able to help me define my musical purpose, establish lofty but realistic
goals, feel unperturbed by those in the musical community that were not supportive of my
efforts, and learn to practice effectively and intentionally."