Bridge Records releases The Tattooed Stranger: Historic Soundtrack Recordings (1946-195) by Alan Shulman (’26, Cello). These soundtrack recordings have been restored and are being issued for the first time.
Amit Peled, professor of cello, was recently interviewed by Stay Thirsty Magazine in which he discusses Shoko, the nickname for his new cello, the difference of performing in difference spaces, and more.
Lavena (MM ’13, Cello) released her debut album “in your hands” on March 26, 2021. The album includes world premiere recordings of works by Bryce Dessner, Gemma Peacocke, and Jessie Montgomery as well as works by Caroline Shaw, Ted Hearne, and Judah Adashi (MM ’02, DMA ’11, Composition) and features artists William Herzog and Jeff Stern (MM ’14, Percussion).
Joel Dallow (BM ’94, Cello) launched the podcast “The Cello Sherpa” focused on the journey from intermediate musician to the professional stage. Through interviews with experts, the podcast will cover many topics for all musicians including: audition advice, dealing with nerves and anxiety, how to stay healthy, selecting the right teacher, finding the perfect instrument, gig contracts, and more. The inaugural episode is an interview with world renowned cellist Steven Isserlis.