The Cello Museum is an initiative by two cellists based in the States: a website about all things cello.
What’s more, they feature unaccompanied cello music by women composed in their series “That’s what she said”. As a cellist and female composer, I can’t imagine a more perfect match! And am delighted to be included in their December issue.
Take a look
In 2015 I wrote the Moon Suite (cello solo) for my good friend Ragnhild E. Wesenberg. She recently made an awesome video recording of it, which is now online for your eyes and ears.
I’m delighted that Ugly Pug will be recording Crossroads (recorder, electric guitar, viola da gamba, harpsichord) in January. Their album will be presented in April. See Agenda for more information, and stay tuned for more updates on this exciting collaboration.
The Dostojevski Kwartet are performing Jitterbug Quartet at the Strijkkwartet Biennale Amsterdam in Muziekgebouw aan’t Ij in January. I had an interesting conversation with the writer Frederike Berntsen about my music, and what it’s like to write a string quartet in this day and age. She will be writing an article for the festival book about me and three other composers.
photo by Tess Photography
In August I played my work To capture the heart at the Cellofestival Zutphen with the wonderful shakuhachi master Harrie Starreveld. We made a video of it later. Click here to have a look.