Posts tagged as "cello"

Cellist Peter Gregson’s Music Featured in ‘Bridgerton’, Releases New Live Album

February 8, 2021

Scottish cellist|composer and ZoneOut Festival alumnus Peter Gregson’s music has been featured in the Netflix series Bridgerton. The major music placement comes as Gregson releases a spellbinding live-in-studio album recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, entitled An Evening at Capitol Studios. Stream Peter Gregson’s An Evening at Capitol Studios BRIDGERTON SOUNDTRACK Peter Gregson’s track Cello […]

Redi Hasa Interview – The Stolen Cello

September 15, 2020

Redi Hasa is best known to global audiences as the cellist for Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi. Hasa’s cello can be heard on Einaudi’s ambitious Seven Days Walking project. As a young man Redi Hasa was caught up in the Albanian conflict of the early 90s. He would go on to find a new life in Italy with […]

Best Neo-Classical Strings Albums – Essential Listening

May 14, 2020

Unlike the piano – which unless creatively modified is confined to the 12 pitches of the Western chromatic scale – the strings have access to the notes between the notes. This freedom allows for all manner of expressive wobbling, bending, and sliding. The emotional potential of stringed instruments is only magnified when they gather in […]

Redi Hasa – Cellist for Ludovico Einaudi – Releases New Single

April 3, 2020

Redi Hasa, cellist and member of Ludovico Einaudi’s core ensemble of musicians, will release his first solo album on Decca Records in September 2020. The Stolen Cello will explore Redi’s inspiring story. As a young man Hasa was caught up in the Albanian conflict of the early 90s, and navigated a new life in Italy […]

Keaton Henson – Mahogany Sessions Performance

March 19, 2020

Watch this intimate performance by songwriter and composer Keaton Henson, filmed in an old army base garage in the UK. This performance is part of the long-running Mahogany Sessions series, which has played host to such notable artists as Billie Eilish, James Bay, and Hozier. Keaton performs the movement ‘Impromptu On A Theme’ from his […]

Hildur Guðnadóttir – The Composer Behind Joker and Chernobyl

October 17, 2019

An artist who defies classification and disregards traditional generic boundaries, Icelandic cellist, singer and composer Hildur Guðnadóttir has earned a unique place on the contemporary music scene thanks to her virtuosity, versatility and originality. Now based in Berlin, Hildur is enjoying unprecedented international recognition for her film and television work, having just become the first […]