A cello masterpiece presented by a cello master: that's what's on offer in this six-part series from iClassical Academy! Israeli-American cellist Amit Peled unveils the secrets and particularities of a monument of the cello repertoire—and one of the most beloved pieces in the classical canon—Antonin Dvořák's Cello Concerto in B Minor.
Throughout his time with the talented young cellists Mariona Camats and William Weil, the engaging and personable professor provides insight into the innumerable subtleties of this extraordinary work. From technical challenges to the artistic tour de force needed to successfully perform a magnum opus like this one, all the bases are covered by the mentor and his intrepid protégés.
On the Ruckers/Taskin harpsichord (1646)
Dvořák's Cello Concerto (Third Movement)