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CELLO HEROICS Vol.1 - Schumann Cello Concerto (Konzertstück)

Label: Lipkind Productions
Release: 2011
Genre: Classical

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Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

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    Gavriel Lipkind
    Lipkind Productions
    The Cello Heroics recording series aims to become an exhaustive anthology of the concertante repertoire for cello...

READ ABOUT >>> Gavriel Lipkind

Gavriel Lipkind, born in Tel Aviv in 1977, enjoyed an early stellar rise to international renown as a young cellist, before making the decision to question a predefined life and halt a predictable path. He decided to take a three-year period of retreat from stage life, during which he devoted himself to further studies and recording. An iconoclastic thinker, Mr. Lipkind’s work today stands for consistent thought and intrinsic musical inspiration without compromising quality — an almost unattainable goal in the life of performing soloists today. Being a genuine fanatic of musical detail and audio documentation, Mr. Lipkind has chosen a radical path of innovation in his profession.

Gavriel Lipkind plays a unique Italian cello labeled 'Aloysius Michael Garani (Bologna, 1702)' estimated, however, to have been completed in the years 1670-1680. An enigma which has come to be known as 'the Zihrhonheimer cello'. The Zihrhonheimer Cello could become an inseparable part of Mr. Lipkind's music making thanks to the generous support of M. & D. P.

Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra
Legendary violinist Yehudi Menuhin arrived for concerts in Poland as a soloist and conductor in April 1984 on the invitation of the Polish Chamber Orchestra functioning already for some time. To meet the planned repertoire's needs the orchestra enlarged its composition by inviting distinguished musicians from around the country. With initial concerts of the ensemble conducted by Yehudi Menuhin meeting with an enthusiastic applause of the audience and critics' appreciation, delighted Lord Yehudi Menuhin expressed his desire to continue cooperation with the new formation. The idea of creation a standing orchestra made of strings and a double wind section had become a fact. Yehudi Menuhin without any hesitation accepted the proposal of the Ensemble Director Franciszek Wybra?czyk and took up duties of the first visiting conductor and the orchestra was named Sinfonia Varsovia.

Soon the ensemble got first offers to give concerts in the United States and Canada with other invitations arriving from Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Finland, Portugal, Belgium, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Switzerland, Greece and in the last years also from Argentina, Brazil, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Sinfonia Varsovia performed in the most prestigious concert halls of the world - New York's Carnegie Hall, Théâtre de Champs Elysées in Paris, Barbican Centre in London, Musikverein in Vienna, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Suntory Hall in Tokyo or Herkulessaal in Munich; it participated in renowned festivals, among others in Salzburg, Aix-en Provence, Montreux, La Roque d'Anthéron, Schleswig-Holstein, Pablo Casals Festival and many others.

Misha Katz - Conductor
He started studying the cello in 1959 and in 1971 went to the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow to study with Mstislav ROSTROPOVITCH, his master and teacher.

In 1972 he studied conducting with his father, Leonid KATZ, the outstanding Russian conductor and skilled and popular artist. In 1976 Misha KATZ won the Grand Prix of the All the Russias Competition, a fitting reward for his outstanding virtuosity and talent. He obtained his doctorate at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow in 1979.

In 1982 he studied conducting with the famous composer and conductor Leonard BERNSTEIN. After his arrival in France in 1985 he formed the “Shostakovich Trio”.

The artist and his trio were invited to record by SONY CLASSICAL in 1994. He has been invited to take part in major international festivals, such as Monte Carlo, Bodensee, Palma de Majorca, Bregenz, Cervantino in Mexico City, Jerusalem, Santander, Harrogate, Sion, Cannes, Flanders, Luxembourg, Sansepolcro, Moravia … and has been invited to play in the most prestigious concert halls in the world, such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Alte Oper in Frankfurt, the Salle Pleyel in Paris, Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Conservatory Concert Hall, the Manoel Theatre in Malta, the Wigmore Hall in London, Ateneul Român in Bucharest, the Bolshoi Theater, Auditorium in Monte – Carlo, Herkulessal in Munich… In 1996 Misha KATZ is appointed Permanent Conductor of the Belorussian National Philharmonic Orchestra in Minsk.

In 1998 he is Principal Guest Conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukrania. Since 1998 he is the Permanent Conductor of the chamber orchestra “The Soloists from Russia”. In 2002 he is appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Mexico City. Since 1997 his career as a conductor has developed on a large scale , he has been invited to conduct orchestras all over the world : in England, Belgium, Russia, France, the Czech Republic, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Slovakia, Georgia, Israel, Monaco, Ukraine, Germany, Mexico, Moldavia, Italy … In 2003 he is appointed Artistic Director of the “Solomon Mikhoels” International Festival in France, under the auspices of the President Jacques CHIRAC. In 2005 he is appointed Artistic Director of “The International Peace Festival”, under the auspices of the President Nicolas SARKOZY.

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