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I’m intrigued by musical families – and this duo has a wonderful story, in addtion to making some pretty amazing music. Father, Pedro Soler, is a renowned flamenco guitarist and the son, Gaspar Claus, is a classically trained cellist known … Continue reading
In honor of Seattle’s own Jimi Hendrix, here’s a little something to rock you into the weekend: Happy Friday!
… YouTube favs Luka Sulic & Stjepan Hauser, it looks like they’ve released an album of 2Cellos covers which is now available on Amazon. Just in case the two good looking carbon fiber cellos (and their not-too-shabby in the looks … Continue reading
Zoe Keating talks about stage fright, software and, of course, cello in a fantastic interview on Performance Today. How she does what she does, step by step, and a little Beethoven for good measure. Enjoy, Happy Frida!
For me, playing music is about sharing, sharing my love for music and sharing my love for what we are as human beings. The minute I start to play, I’m in a different world, and I’m so caught up in … Continue reading
Since it’s apparently Appalachia week here at CC and Me, I thought I’d bring you this fun piece about one of my new favorite modern cellists (and singer), Ben Sollee. Apparently, Sollee decided he was tired of riding in a … Continue reading
A lot of fun and pretty incredible musical multi-tasking. Now if only I could walk and chew gum at the same time….