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, also credited as Alex
or Alex G, is an Emmy-nominated (2015) and Grammy (2013), BMI Pop (2013, 2014) and ECHO- (German Grammy 1998, 2003) winning
plays a G. B. Guadagnini cello made in 1761.
P 2005, Nabil Shehata (Double Bass), Sankha Chatterjee (Tabla), Kammerakademie Potsdam, Conductor David
is a composer and songwriter and based in Los Angeles, United States.
Since 2005 David
has been Chief Guest Conductor of the Kyushu Symphony Orchestra.
bring new collaborations with Maxim Vengerov, David
, Eugene Bushkov and
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is also a welcome guest at international chamber music stages. So Tatjana
and Ian Fountain belong to his closest partners on the piano. In the season 2004/2005 David
gave together with Ian Fountain a concert series entitled "Beethoven plus…" at the Philharmonie Berlin. He also works closely together with the Artemis Quartett, the Vogler-Quartett and the Bläserquintett of the Staatskapelle Berlin.
In the season 2006/2007 David
will give concerts among others with the Beethoven Orchester Bonn, the Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim and the Galicia Symphony Orchestra. On the occasion of D. Shostakovich's 100th Birthday David
is invited by the Tonhalle Düsseldorf to arrange and to head a weekend of several performances dedicated to the composer.
The Cello Concerto is a concerto for solo cello and orchestra by the American composer Ned Rorem. The work was commissioned by the Residentie Orchestra and the Kansas City Symphony for the cellist David
. Its world premiere was given by
and the Kansas City Symphony under the direction of Michael Stern on March 28, 2003.
"Light On" is a song recorded by British singer Rebecca Ferguson. Written by Alexander
and Nikki Leonti and produced by
, it was released in German-speaking Europe on 28 December 2013 as the second single from Ferguson's second studio album "Freedom" (2013).
Renowned composers of contemporary music dedicated works to David
, thus the Concerto in Do by Anatolijus Šenderovas, being played by David
for the first time in 2002 and being awarded the European Composers Prize in Berlin, the Cello Concerto by Ned Rorem, world premiere 2003 in the USA, the Cello Concertos by Vytautas Laurušas and by Vidmantas Bartulis, world premiere 2004 respective 2005 in Lithuania. A special event was the world premiere of Anatolijus Šenderovas' work "David's Song for Cello and String Quartet" in July 2006 in Kronberg which the composer had written on the occasion of David
' 60th birthday.
Born in Vilnius, Lithuania, David
studied at the Moscow Conservatory from 1963 until 1973 with Mstislav Rostropovich. In 1970 David
won the First Prize and the gold medal at the Tchaikovsky competition. In 2000 he took over a professorship of cello at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin. Moreover, he is honorary professor at the Moscow Conservatory. David
also heads various master-classes all over the world for the up-and-coming musicians. His students are winners of prizes and awards of international competitions.
(Lithuania/Germany), Natalia Pavlutskaya (Russia/NZ), Markus Stocker (Switzerland/Australia), Young-Chang Cho (Korea/Germany), Alexander Ivashkin (Russia/NZ)
In 1983 he played the organ in the basilica at Kloster Benediktbeuern, "Old Italian Church Sonatas for 'Cello and Organ", with David
Johannes Moser (born 1979) is a German-Canadian cellist. He began studying the cello at the age of eight and became a student of David
Schedl also composed chamber music and symphonic works. His compositions were played by musicians, ensembles and orchestras such as David
, Dennis Russell Davies, the ORF Symphony Orchestra and the Ensemble Modern.
In December 2008, Bernd Klimpel and composer Alex
wrote "I don't wanna leave". Lidia Kopania was qualified for Polish pre-selection for Eurovision 2009 - Piosenka dla Europy and won on 14 February 2009.
He has additionally benefited from major artistic advice from Steven Isserlis, Michael Sanderling, David
, Walter Grimmer, and Frans Helmerson. Christoph Croisé plays on a Goffriller cello made in Venice in 1712.
Currently, Rand is recording a new record for release 2016. Working with major producer Alex
, the record is set to push the boundaries of the rock/dance culture.
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