Escape | Sophie Webber (Cello)

Escape | Sophie Webber (Cello)


British, California-based cellist, Sophie Webber, has been performing selections from her acclaimed 2018 debut CD release, "Escape: Bach's Six Suites for Solo Cello" across the United States. Sophie is delighted to share her music in her home country, in London and for this concert at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford.

Exploring the diversity of the cello as a solo instrument, as well as Bach's long lasting influence on modern composers | Bach Suite for Solo Cello No.6, BWV1012 | Britten Suite for Solo Cello No.1, Op.72 | Cassadó Suite for Solo Cello.

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Duration: 1 hour 45mins with interval

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Tickets £15

CD Package Available including Ticket for Concert - £25

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  • In Webber’s case it’s as if she were playing in an intimate setting, perhaps for someone special, in which every note has meaning rather as a look or a touch does; the resulting conversations she has with the music are endlessly absorbing... Her subjective narrative suggests the freedom with which Pablo Casals brought the music back to life a century ago.
       
    Laurence Vittes, Gramophone June 2018
  • An exceptional and creative musician.
       
    Maureen Buja, Interlude Classical Music Magazine

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