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Performer: Steven Isserlis

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OxfordSteven Isserlis and the Oxford Philharmonic

Steven Isserlis and the Oxford Philharmonic
Elgar, Dvořák
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; Marios Papadopoulos; Steven Isserlis

AmsterdamZTR Zaterdagmatinee: Adès conducts Adès

ZTR Zaterdagmatinee: Adès conducts Adès
Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Adès, Barry
Britten Sinfonia; Thomas Adès; Steven Isserlis; Nicolas Hodges

CheltenhamSteven Isserlis

© Kevin Davis
Schumann C., Schumann, Martinů, Kaprálová, Franck, Holmes
Steven Isserlis; Connie Shih

Saint PaulSteven Isserlis, Cello & Richard Egarr, Harpsichord

Bach, Boccherini, Scarlatti, Handel
Steven Isserlis; Richard Egarr

DresdenSteven Isserlis, Jan Vogler & Robert Schumann

Schumann: Three Romances, Op.94
Steven Isserlis; Connie Shih; Jan Vogler
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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.
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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.
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Mendelssohn multiplied at Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Jean-Baptiste Millot
Violinist Joshua Bell and cellist Steven Isserlis came together with three other players to showcase the composer’s chamber music. 
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Inspiring Beethoven and Haydn from the OAE

Ádám Fischer © Szilvia Csibi | Müpa, Budapest
Ádám Fischer and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment gave a thrilling account of Beethoven's Seventh, and there was much to admire in Steven Isserlis' intelligent reading of Hadyn's Cello Concerto no. 1.
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German Romanticism from the BSO

Kirill Karabits © Sussie Ahlburg
Schumann and Wagner were twinned in a programme focusing on works written in 1850 with impressvie results. 
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