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Antonio Lysy at the Broad: Music from Argentina

Label: Yarlung Records
Release: 2011
Genre: Classical
Chamber Music

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    Yarlung Records
    This music champions the rich soul of Argentina, and cellist Antonio Lysy makes excellent use of his heritage in this...

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Antonio Lysy - Cellist
has performed as soloist worldwide, in major concert halls, appearing with orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic and Philharmonia Orchestras of London, Camerata Academica of Salzburg, Zurich Tonhalle, the Zagreb Soloists, Orchestra di Padova e il Veneto, Israel Sinfonietta, and in Canada with the Montreal, Toronto, Symphony Orchestras, and Les Violons du Roi.

He has collaborated with distinguished conductors such as Yuri Temirkanov, Charles Dutoit, Sir Yehudi Menuhin, and Sandor Vegh.
Antonio continues to perform regularly as a solo and chamber music artist. He is committed to special projects which enrich his diverse interests in music, including a new album dedicated to cello works from Argentina, including the Grammy award winning recording of Pampas written for him by Lalo Schifrin, released in 2010 on the Yarlung Records label.

Brian Pezzone - Piano
Bryan Pezzone is an active free-lance pianist in the Los Angeles area and may also be heard in performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Players and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. He is actively involved in the studio scene and has recorded a number of original artist disks for the Yamaha Disklavier. He works regularly with composers and conductors John Adams, John Harbison, Oliver Knussen and Pierre Boulez in their Los Angeles engagements. Bryan can be heard on recordings of contemporary music including Mel Powell's Settings and John Harbison's song cycle, The Natural World, on New World Records. As piano soloist, Pezzone has performed concerti with the Long Beach Symphony, the UC Irvine Orchestra, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony, the International Orchestra of USIU in San Diego, California and the Eastman Philharmonic. He has created new works and transcriptions for the Yamaha MIDI Grand Piano and has been a featured performer of these works at the United States Piano Pedagogy Conference, the Miami Festival and most recently at Rice University, presenting a program of twentieth century piano works, original compositions and improvisations. He is also a contributing editor for the well-known magazine Piano and Keyboard.

Philip Levy - Violin
Hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle as the top classical performer of 1995, Phillip Levy has received worldwide critical acclaim at festivals that include Spoleto, Bayreuth, Edinburgh, Israel, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Ojai, Seattle and Aspen.
Mr. Levy is the recipient of many prestigious awards and prizes including the International Chamber Music Competition, Florence, Italy; The Royal Overseas League, England; The Myra Hess Trust, Welsh Arts Council, American Israel Cultural Foundation and Rubin Academy Violin Competition, Israel. His collaborations have included such artists as Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Iona Brown, Sir Neville Marriner, Dawn Upshaw, John O'Connor and Ralf Gothoni. He has also premiered and recorded new works by composers William Bolcom, Henri Lazarof , Donald Crocket and John Harbison.
Born In Cardiff, Wales, he received his musical training in Israel and Europe. Upon returning to England he joined the English Chamber Orchestra and the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, with whom he also appeared as soloist. He led the London based Locrian and Amphion String Quartets and was subsequently invited to give a performance of Bartok's Violin Duos on a BBC television broadcast with Sir Yehudi Menuhin.
As Concertmaster of The Monterey Symphony Orchestra for six seasons he frequently appeared with them as soloist and conductor. He has also been the principal violinist of the Apple Hill Chamber Players and currently leads the Capitol Ensemble, Artists in residence for the Los Angeles County Museum's Sunday's Live radio broadcasts, who are featured on the opening theme music.
His numerous solo performances have been broadcast on Israel Television and Radio, NPR and the BBC.
As a dedicated pedagogue, Mr. Levy is in demand teaching at festivals throughout the world. For eight years he held a Senior Lectureship in violin and chamber music at Stanford University and led the Stanford String Quartetwith whom he performed and recorded extensively. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Mr. Levy is on the faculty at California State University Long Beach.

Pablo Motta - Double Bass
He was born in Pergamino, in the province of Buenos Aires, and at age 12 moved with his family to the United States, where he began to study double bass in the state schools of Los Angeles. His professional career started at age 15 alongside his father José Luis “Pepe” Motta in ensembles of the most varied styles and featured the composition of music for numerous films. As a jazz musician, Pablo has shared the stage with top-notch artists like Justo Almario, Ronald Muldrow, Bill Cunliffe, John Pisano, Ron Anthony and Rick Zunigar, among others. He appeared alongside New York saxophonist Donny McCaslin at the 2008 edition of Buenos Aires Jazz. As a tango musician, he toured the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, Korea and Japan with the shows Tango Vivo!, Tango Dreams, Forever Tango (which ran in Broadway for three months) and Tango Buenos Aires, in which he was musical director. In Los Angeles he directed the Los Angeles Tango Ensemble and worked in different symphony orchestras, including those of Santa Barbara, California and Mládi. He is currently a member of Mariano Loiácono’s quintet.

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