Posts tagged cello
Posts tagged cello
helen, playing the cello by the lake
Helen Newby ‘13, in a photo by Dale Rothenberg ‘13!
On the afternoon of Saturday, May 25, 2013, Obies young and old gathered for some light and fun chamber music reading sessions. All photos by John Seyfried.
We’re interviewing Alexa Ciciretti, cellist, about her #seniorrecital on Twitter right now! Check out @OberlinCon to read it!
These pictures are from Alexa’s posters for her recital!
This featurette (Part 2 of 2) finds cellist Jaap ter Linden and Prof. David Breitman (fortepiano) taking a moment out of rehearsal for their Feb. 16 concert — “Beethoven’s Works: Woven Though the Past & Present” — to explain what made this special concert so unique.
This featurette (Part 1 of 2) finds Prof. David Breitman (fortepiano) and cellist Jaap ter Linden taking a moment out of rehearsal for their Feb. 16 concert — “Beethoven’s Works: Woven Though the Past & Present” — to explain what made this special concert so unique.
Like this video of the prelude to Bach’s Cello Suite No. 5? The connection to Oberlin here is the piece, not the cellist (though we love Maisky!). Steven Doane ‘73 will perform Bach’s Cello Suite No. 5 as a part of his solo repertoire on Thursday night at 8:00 pm in Warner Concert Hall!
Have you ever heard Steve Doane ‘73, playing cello? Here’s a video that gives you a glimpse into this cellist’s skill.
You can see him live in Oberlin at 8 PM on Nov. 29! Stay tuned for more details!
Gabriel Fauré - Piano Quartet in G Minor - IV: Allegro molto
LA Piano Quartet:
Xak Bjerken, piano
Yehonatan Berick, violin
Katherine Murdock, viola
Steven Doane, cello
Steuart Pincombe ‘09 performs the haunting Etude No. 7 by Jean-Pierre Duport as a part of his program “A History of the Endpinless cello: solo music from 1689 to 1875”