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Ophélie Gaillard (cello)
Sirba Octet Members, Orchestre Philharmonique Monte-Carlo, James Judd
Gaillard’s glorious cello playing keeps the emotion raw and immediate throughout the programme, grabbing us by the scruff of the neck with a red-hot interpretation of Schelomo. Her tone is vivid,... — More…
Ensemble Aedes, Les Siècles, Mathieu Romano, Mathieu Dubroca, Sébastien Richaud, Roxane Chalard
Anyone who sees [the Fauré] as primarily consolatory is likely to be brought up sharp by the opening, where Les Siècles’ brass and strings sound severe to the point of austerity, and the first... — More…
Richard Strauss: Don Quixote & other Cello Works
Ophélie Gaillard (cello), Alexandra Conunova (violin) & Dov Scheindlin (viola), Vassilis Varvaresos (piano)
Masmondet and his Czech players turn a searchlight on Strauss’s surging textural interplay, uncovering passing details that often pass by unacknowledged. The Czech National may not possess the... — More…
Orchestre d'Auvergne, Roberto Fores Veses
A nicely programmed trio of Czech works for strings, from affable Dvořák to jagged Martinů, is played with lightness and grace. One or two ragged edges don’t mar the whole. — More…