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, November 6th 2020 at 2:30 pm EST
Live from London
CelloChat: Selma Gokcen
Part 1 of 4: Finding your Ground, Finding your Centre
As a follow-up to the Miracle of Coordination Cello Chat last summer, Selma Gokcen
(Guildhall School of Music & Drama) hosts a four-part series which goes into greater depth
about the Alexander Technique in cello playing.
Hans Jensen Master Class:
Beethoven A Major Sonata, 1st Movement
Learn to be intentional about guiding the tip of the bow; how harmonics and resonance
are foundational to playing in tune; to apply musical and technical decisions to parallel
places; and to use hyper-meter to help with phrasing the first theme.
Master class with Hans Jensen at New England Conservatory.
Uniting the Hands
Varying left hand depth. Cello lesson with Paul Katz.
From the Internet Cello Society Archives:
Conversation with Julian Lloyd Webber
Julian Lloyd Webber in conversation with Tim Janof, July 2004.
Legacy: Emanuel Feuermann Oral History
Feuermann's Charismatic Personality
Emanuel Feuermann's grand-daughter Marika Hughes in conversation with Paul Katz.
Blogs: Tony Woodcock
The Forgotten Live Video Recording:
Du Pré & the Dvořák Cello Concerto, 1968
In this moving, personal description, Tony Woodcock, who was 17 years old at the time,
recounts the unexpected political backdrop for this historic concert, which was hastily
arranged in response to the 1968 Russian invasion of Dvořák’s home country of
Interview: Pieter Wispelwey
Wispelwey on Stage Fright
Pieter Wispelwey in conversation with Paul Katz.