The young cellist Sebastian Fritsch demonstrates his sense of musical expression on his debut release, which joins the ranks of the prizewinner recordings of the German Music Competition. At times delicate, at times turbulent, he plays his instrument in a program that is rich in contrasts, ranging from Antonio Vivaldi, Robert Schumann, and Sergei Rachmaninov to the contemporary composer György Kurtág. He courageously takes on all these different styles and challenges and finds his own narrative form. The joy and passion in the interaction with the harpsichordist Olga Watts and the pianist Oliver Triendl can be clearly felt when listening to the recordings.
The young cellist Sebastian Fritsch demonstrates his sense of musical expression on his debut release, which joins the ranks of the prizewinner recordings of the German Music Competition. At times delicate, at times turbulent, he plays his instrument in a program that is rich in contrasts, ranging from Antonio Vivaldi, Robert Schumann, and Sergei Rachmaninov to the contemporary composer György Kurtág. He courageously takes on all these different styles and challenges and finds his own narrative form. The joy and passion in the interaction with the harpsichordist Olga Watts and the pianist Oliver Triendl can be clearly felt when listening to the recordings.
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Format: CD
Label: GENUIN
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
UPC: 4260036257120

Moments In Life / Various
Artist: Moments In Life / Various
Format: CD
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The young cellist Sebastian Fritsch demonstrates his sense of musical expression on his debut release, which joins the ranks of the prizewinner recordings of the German Music Competition. At times delicate, at times turbulent, he plays his instrument in a program that is rich in contrasts, ranging from Antonio Vivaldi, Robert Schumann, and Sergei Rachmaninov to the contemporary composer György Kurtág. He courageously takes on all these different styles and challenges and finds his own narrative form. The joy and passion in the interaction with the harpsichordist Olga Watts and the pianist Oliver Triendl can be clearly felt when listening to the recordings.


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