Isserlis


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Isserlis

(ˈɪsəlɪs)
n
(Biography) Steven (John). born 1958, British cellist
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Free master classes are also being offered during the festival, such as a cello class from the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra's Steven Isserlis and a trumpet class with Simon Munday.
The pianist, who has been described as "a thoroughbred who possesses the enviable gift to turn almost anything he plays into pure gold" by Gramophone Magazine, is a frequent guest of international festivals such as Pharos (Cyprus), Bath, Ako (Japan) and Kuhmo (Finland), playing solo recitals and chamber works with musicians such as Mitsuko Uchida, Steven Isserlis, Emmanuel Pahud, Maxim Rysanov, Richard Goode and members of the Guarneri Quartet and Beaux Arts Trio.
The Endellion has worked with guest artistes including members of the former Amadeus Quartet, Sir Thomas Allen, Joshua Bell, Michael Collins, Benjamin Grosvenor, Marc-Andre Hamelin, Stephen Hough, Steven Isserlis, Mitsuko Uchida and Tabea Zimmermann.
The releases of Dvorak's cello concerto (Bailly, Brunello, Isserlis, Klinger, Moser, Muller-Schott, Weilerstein) have thus been newly joined by a recording made by Christian Poltera with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, conducted by Thomas Dausgaard, who also has to his account a very intriguing album featuring Dvorak's Symphonies Nos.
Peter Bacon Jazz Parachute Magnus Ostrom Elgar, Walton Isserlis / Philharmonia Orchestra / Jarvi WHEN Steven Isserlis recorded Elgar's cello concerto 1988 it was a deliberate counter-blast to Jacqueline Du Pre's famously extrovert heart-on-sleeve reading - lighter, quicker emotionally cooler.
Finally, cellist Steven Isserlis appears on the album, as does Anoushka Shankar.
Two of Britain's iconic string players, the dynamically talented violinist Madeleine Mitchell and renowned cellist Steven Isserlis will be visiting some of the greatest works in their repertoire in their separate recitals.
Twenty-three-year-old cellist Ariana Kashefi graduated from the Royal College of Music last year and, among many awards, won the Royal Philharmonic Society's Julius Isserlis Scholarship.
All of this in addition to his busy performance schedule playing recitals, guesting with major orchestras, and touring with chamber music partners Joshua Bell and Steven Isserlis.
The SCO is back in Aberdeen with Isserlis plays Dvoak.
Polish composer-conductor Krzysztof Penderecki, Spanish guitarist Pepe Romero and British cellist Steven Isserlis are just three names who will perform in the festival's packed program.