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Sonate for cello and piano, “Nocturne et scherzo”, C: Debussy

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This concert, as part of aseries dedicated to the french composer Claude Debussy, will take place on monday 12th of november, at the auditorium of the Amaniel Conservatory, Madrid.

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Gary Hoffman – Elgar Cello Concerto – Masterclass

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A wonderful masterclass on the Elgar cello concerto by maestro Gary Hoffman.Masterclass on Elgar cello concerto- Gary Hoffman

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Travelling with a cello: Paula Cuesta Redondo

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¬† ¬† Student:¬†Paula Cuesta Redondo¬†– ¬†Age: 23¬†–¬†¬†Segovia (Spain). Writing from:¬†Oslo –¬†Norway – ¬† Paula, a former student of Eduardo Palao, is 23 years old and after obtaining a Bachelor in Performance at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA) in the class of professor Amit Peled, is

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Sonata for cello and piano op. 99 n¬ļ2 by J. Brahms

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Cultural Week of the Alcal√° de Hernares Conservatory Aula de M√ļsica de la Universidad de Alcal√° Tuesday, March 20th 2012 Program:¬†Sonata for cello and piano op. 99 n¬ļ2¬† by J. Brahms Eduardo Palao, cello, V√≠ctor Hugo √Ālvarez, piano.

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In tune with … Blind test backs new makers

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Stradivari loses out in study of player preferences for old and new violins The results of a double-blind test held at last September’s International Violin Competition of Indianapolis reveal some notable insights into player preferences between new and old violins. The experiment, the details of which have been published online

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Travelling with a cello: √Āngela Lobato del Castillo

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¬† ¬† Student:¬†Paula Cuesta Redondo¬†– ¬†Age: 23¬†–¬†¬†Segovia (Spain). Writing from:¬†Oslo –¬†Norway – ¬† Paula, a former student of Eduardo Palao, is 23 years old and after obtaining a Bachelor in Performance at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA) in the class of professor Amit Peled, is

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Tips from the teacher: Easyer shifting

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The technical advice that opens this blog aims to provide a new perspective to one of the technical gestures that often causes problems to cellists everywhere, specially to beguinners: shifting. Besides the well known precautions before trying to succesfully making a shift (proper left hand tension, arm speed, anticipation, singing

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Ask the teacher

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Welcome to this section of my blog ! Here you will find answer to your questions and doubts about technique, interpretation, study habits and many other things cello related that you may want tyo ask. Get some easy tips and effective instruction that will improve your cello knowledge with a

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Not just music… Sheffield cellists take on marathon feat

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Sheffield cellists take on marathon feat THE Extreme Cellists are hitting the right note again. An intrepid trio of Sheffield-based musicians are running the London Marathon ‚Äď with cellos strapped to their backs! Jeremy Dawson, aged 35, and Clare Wallace, 52, from Sheffield, and 31-year-old James Reece, from Chester, are

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