She got her first cello at the age of four, played Tchaikovsky\'s rococo variations in public at 13 and stood on the stage in Carnegie Hall at 15. Now, at
She got her first cello at the age of four, played Tchaikovsky\’s rococo variations in public at 13 and stood on the stage in Carnegie Hall at 15. Now, at 33, she travels the world and will be visiting the Mogens Dahl Concert Hall to perform four outstanding cello sonatas.
In 2011, American Alisa Weilerstein was the first cellist in 20 years to sign a contract with the renowned classical record company, Decca. Their first project was the recording of the cello concerts by Elgar and Elliot Carter with Daniel Barenboim in Berlin. In the 2014-2015 season, she has 15 bookings with the philharmonic orchestras of places such as New York, Toronto, Chicago, Philadelphia, Paris, Warsaw and Berlin – to mention a few items from her busy schedule.
Inon Barnatan is born in Israel but lives in New York.
In 2014 he became the first \’Artist in Association\’ at The New York Philharmonic. His recent album Darknesse Visible was listed as one of the of Best classical recordings of 2012 by The New York Times. Barnatan has received many prestigious awards, such as The Avery Fischer Career Grant in 2009 and The Andrew Wolf Memorial Award.
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770- 1827): Cellosonate nr. 3 i A-dur, opus 69
Allegro, ma non tanto
Scherzo: Allegro motto
Adagio cantabile – allegro vivace
Samuel Osmond Barber II (1910-1981): Sonate for cello and Piano, opus 6
Allegro ma non troppo
Leoš Janáček (1854 – 1928): Fairy Tales (Pohådka) for cello og klaver
Con moto: Andante
Con moto: Adagio
Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849): Cellosonata i G-mol, opus 65