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Enjoy an afternoon of masterpieces by Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and Telemann played with precision and panache by an orchestra of violins, violas, cellos, basses, oboe, bassoon, flute and harpsichord.
Antonio Lysy & Tom Beghin Cellist Lysy and fortepiano player Beghin perform Beethoven’s complete sonata cycle for cello and piano.
In the slow movement, the entire viola, cello, and horn sections played as if one super instrument.
Even the soloists on clarinet, cello, and viola responded, treating their passages in those moments like the only things that ever mattered.
Now, with the new band the Kin, the Mangiones have paired up with another set of siblings: Monique and Chauntee Ross, the talented cello-and-violin players behind Milwaukee duo SistaStrings.
Susan Robison teaches cello at the Hartt School and ARIA International Summer Academy.
That means 60 or so accountants, engineers, sales reps and computer specialists who bring violins, cellos, oboes and trombones and gather in their spare time to rehearse and perform lengthy, complex pieces of classical music.
For his Eagle project, Benson built 12 cello storage stands and repaired the existing 28 stands.
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