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Cellist Coleman Itzkoff

February 25, 2013

Meet Coleman Itzkoff

Coleman Itzkoff (pictured, at left) is the newest PT Young Artist-in-Residence. He's 20 and a cello student at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University in Houston. He comes from a long line of musicians, and in fact plays on a cello that belongs to his grandfather. Coleman will be with us in the PT studios all week. Today, he'll play a cello sonata by Beethoven.

Today's Playlist

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hour 1

  • Joseph Haydn
    Minuet from Symphony No. 92 in G (Oxford)
    The Berlin Philharmonic, Simon Rattle, conductor
  • Jean-Baptiste Lully
    Petite Chaconne
    Elektra Papasimaki and Amalia Kountouri, recorders, Alexandros Kalkos, Baroque guitar, Vassilis Tiggiridis, Baroque lute
    GRERT Radio, Athens, Greece
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Symphony No. 39 in E flat, K. 543
    The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Simon Rattle, conductor
    Royal Festival Hall, London, England
  • Richard Strauss
    Serenade in E-flat for Winds, Op. 7, TrV 106
    Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Musicians
    Alice Tully Hall, New York City

hour 2

  • Charles Villiers Stanford
    The Blue Bird
    Calmus
    Pilgrim Congregational Church, Duluth, Minnesota
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
    Two movements from Cello Sonata No. 4, Op. 102, No. 1
    Coleman Itzkoff, cello, Eliza Ching, piano
    Fitzgerald Theater, St. Paul
  • PT Young Artist-in-Residence
    Coleman Itzkoff, cello
  • Claude Debussy
    Suite Bergamasque
    The Calefax Reed Quintet
    Wigmore Hall, London, England
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
    Fourth movement from Quartet in F Minor, Op. 95 (Serioso)
    The Emerson String Quartet
  • Traditional Catalan (arranged by Pablo Casals)
    Song of the Birds
    Steven Isserlis, cello
    Berwaldhallen, Stockholm, Sweden
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