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Beethoven-Variations on National Airs Op 107

February 5, 2010

Beethoven-Variations on National Airs Op 107 “St Patrick’s Day” PSS-Violin Aaron Shorr-Piano Concert Performance London May 2004 St Patrick’s Day Engineer: Jonathan Haskell  

Beethoven-Symphony No. 7

February 5, 2010

Beethoven-Symphony No. 7  Op. 92 (Scherzo) Authorised version for Piano Trio March 1816 (Steiner und. Comp.) PSS-Violin with Beate Altenburg-Cello, and Aaron Shorr, Piano scherzo Concert performance. London May 2004 Engineer: Jonathan Haskell

Ravel-Sonata for Violin and Cello

February 5, 2010

Ravel-Sonata for Violin and Cello PSS with Neil Heyde Ist Movement Ravel Duo Live recording london 2005 Engineer: Jonathan Haskell


February 5, 2010

With George Rochberg. 2000 ‘Habeneck’ Stradivari 1734 (Collection Royal Academy of Music) Playing the ‘Castelbarco’ Stradivari. Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress. 2009 Photo Richard Bram Introducing the ‘Joachim’ Stradivari (Collection of Royal Academy of Music) & and orginal condition Gagliano Violin (Private Collection) Photo: Richard Bram Instruments: Violin-Antonio Stradivari (from the Collection of the Royal […]

Luke Styles

February 5, 2010

Content coming soon… Playing Luke Styles-Previously, Now Here & Before. Scarborough 2006


February 5, 2010

Shen Yi-Tajik Dance

February 5, 2010

(working with the composer, Urumqi 2002) Shen Yi-Tajik Dance (dedicated to PSS 2002) Concert performance-London 2002 Shen Yi

Morgan Goff pictured

February 5, 2010

Simon Shaw-Miller

February 5, 2010

‘How my Soul is split, /Betix’t the eye and ear’ Templar, in Gottold Lessing’s Nathan der Weise The death of Fischer-Dieskau,  combined with Simon’s talk sent me running back to Lessing’s Die Liebe,  which Beethoven set in 1792, the year that he said goodbye to Bonn and his beloved Eleanor von Breunig. Ohne Liebe/Lebe, wer […]

David Gorton -New Release!

February 4, 2010

Metier: MSVCD92104 David Gorton-Trajectories Kreutzer Quartet Roderick Chadwick-Piano   We are delighted to anounce the release of David Gorton’s new disc on METIER. This disc is the result of a groundswell of team work. It takes its title from the the work commissioned through the enlightened approach of Tate St Ives, where it was workshopped […]