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Steven Isserlis

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Klosters-SerneusNew Paths 2

Bach, Beethoven, Schumann, Adès
Steven Isserlis; Connie Shih

TokyoSteven Isserlis & Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra

Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra; Tadaaki Otaka; Steven Isserlis

BostonThomas Adès conducts Stravinsky and Adès

Stravinsky, Adès
James Burton; Steven Isserlis; Edgaras Montvidas; Tanglewood Festival Chorus; Boston Symphony Children's Choir

LondonFantasy and Fairy Tales

© Satoshi Aoyagi
Mussorgsky, Kabalevsky, Rimsky-Korsakov
Philharmonia Orchestra; Jakub Hrůša; Steven Isserlis

BarcelonaHomage to Pablo Casals with Steven Isserlis

Homage to Pablo Casals with Steven Isserlis
Saint-Saëns, Fauré, Isserlis, Rachmaninov
Steven Isserlis; Connie Shih
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Schumann and Fauré rarities in an exceptional evening at Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Satoshi Aoyagi
An thoroughly entertaining evening of a very high level of musicianship from Steven Isserlis and friends at Wigmore Hall. 
*****
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Supergroup Fauré and Schumann at Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Jean-Baptiste Millot
Much more than an accompanist, Denk was the rock on which the success of such a demanding programme was built.
****1
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Steven Isserlis silences the Schumann doubters

Steven Isserlis and Sakari Oramo with the BBC Symphony Orchestra © Mark Allan
Virtuoso makes the case for late Schumann with triumphant performance of the cello concerto
****1
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Intense Elgar from Isserlis and RPO

Steven Isserlis © Satoshi Aoyagi
Uncertain Britten from Dausgaard and the RPO, but intense and passionate Elgar from Isserlis, and powerfully engaging Rachmaninov featuring exceptional woodwind playing from the RPO.
****1
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Isserlis and Melnikov bring Russian intensity to Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Kevin Davis
There was depth and intensity from Steven Isserlis and Alexander Melnikov in this intriguing programme of Russian cello sonatas from old hands and new brooms.
****1
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