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Gut Strings/Baroque Bow v. Steel Strings/Modern Bow

Here’s one silver lining to the pandemic: more time to experiment with baroque setup. I hope that you are all keeping busy and inspired these days. Thanks for watching, Inbal

The Four Questions Passover Song

I wanted to share a simple but beautiful song I grew up singing. This short class is for beginners, so please give it a try—no matter your age or level of playing! Happy Passover, all!

Brahms: Wie Melodien Op. 105, no. 1

This is one of my favorite Brahms Lieder, transcribed for cello and piano and recorded live at Tannery Pond Concerts with pianist Alon Goldstein a few years ago. Enjoy!

Masterclass | Prokofiev: Sinfonia Concertante, Op. 125, first movement

Hello cellists, I had a lot of fun revisiting this beautiful and challenging work. I hope to be able to tell you something you didn’t already know. Keep practicing!

Masterclass | Kabalevsky Cello Concerto, 2nd Movement

I sort of improvised here but a few ideas nonetheless about Kabalevsky’s second movement. Enjoy!

Mastercalss | Kabalevsky: Cello Concerto, 1st movement

We all have to do certain things every day to keep in shape. Whether we are already professional musicians or students, there is a lot of physical and inner work to be done.