I have mention Daniel in the Julia Fischer’s thread and posted a clip with him playing the Brahms Double Concerto
Today I woke up, turned on my Schwartz and heard a very interesting playing. While I was turning my recorder and A/D on I realized that I have missed it and that it was the opening of the Edgar concerto’s last movement. The play was wonderful, and the orchestra sounded even better. The performance sound like it was live broadcast – on Sunday 9AM?
I sat and listened the concerto to the end – it was VERY good and it is shame that I did not record it. I was playing my regular game – guessing who was playing and I had no clue. I figured that it was no US orchestra most likely and it was all that I was able to say.
The concert was over, the final applauds and the host announced that it was Daniel Müller-Schott playing cello. The orchestra was Berlin Radio Symphony lead by Shao-Chia Lü. It was live-to-tape broadcast from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, Wismar, Germany, August 2008.
OK, I need to buy more of Daniel Müller-Schott.
…and it looks he has some recordings.
I was looking his concerts layout and it looks as he is mostly in Europe – sucks. He was last year in Baltimore… Well, I hope he show up in Boston another day, perhaps with Celebrity Series….
Anyhow, here is a “new” great cellist in my view.
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche