Highlights of 2014

Carnegie Hall debut in Weill Hall, New, York, USA, on 14 May 2014

Rehearsing in Carnegie Weill Hall before the concert

Rehearsing in Carnegie Weill Hall before the concert

Performances in Boston & Vermont, USA – Music for Peace 2013-2014 Concert Series with James Buswell (violin), New England Conservatory, Boston, USA
Jonathan Cohler (clarinet), Boston Conservatory and Music Director of Massachusetts Philharmonic Orchestra, Director International Woodwind Festival
Victor Rosenbaum (piano) – New England Conservatory, Boston, guest teacher at the Juilliard School of Music and Visiting Professor at Eastman School of Music

Segovia, Spain – invited by the International Luthier Association of Cremona, Italy, to demonstrate the new cello made by the Cremonese violinmaker, maestro Giorgio Grisales, in a concert and lecture/demonstration, as part of a tour to present their instruments in Europe and Asia.

Stellenbosch International Chamber Music Festival – world premiére of Paul Hanmer’s Quintet for the end of the Line, with Madeline Adkins (violin), Xandi van Dijk (viola), Anzél Gerber (cello), Leon Bosch (double bass) and Bennie van Eeden (piano)

Cremona International Music Academy and Competition

Performance of Brahms Piano Quintet in the Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi, Museo del Violino, Cremona, Italy. This fascinating hall was acoustically engineered by Yasuhisa Toyota of Nagata Acoustics, one of the world’s leading experts in this sector and project head of more than 50 concert halls throughout the world, from the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall in St. Petersburg to the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

Vienna, Austria – Recordings at the Konzerthaus with pianist Ben Schoeman of Rubinstein Cello sonata in D major, Rachmaninoff Cello sonata, new arrangement of Rubinstein’s Rêve Angelique by Gerber & Schoeman and Rachmaninoff Vocalise. To be released in 2015.

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