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The second edition of the Queen Elisabeth Competition dedicated to the cello gives us an opportunity to re-immerse ourselves in the performances of four laureates during the very first session dedicated to this instrument, in 2017. This 4-album box set features recordings, most of which have never been previously released, from the first round, the semi-final, the final, as well as from the laureates' concerts, each cellist including a concerto from the mainstream repertory in his program. On these releases we shall hear Victor Julien-Laferrière (1st Prize), Yuya Okamoto (2nd Prize), Santiago Cañón-Valencia (3rd Prize) and Ivan Karizna (5th Prize and Musiq3 & Canvas-Klaraprijs audience prizes).
The second edition of the Queen Elisabeth Competition dedicated to the cello gives us an opportunity to re-immerse ourselves in the performances of four laureates during the very first session dedicated to this instrument, in 2017. This 4-album box set features recordings, most of which have never been previously released, from the first round, the semi-final, the final, as well as from the laureates' concerts, each cellist including a concerto from the mainstream repertory in his program. On these releases we shall hear Victor Julien-Laferrière (1st Prize), Yuya Okamoto (2nd Prize), Santiago Cañón-Valencia (3rd Prize) and Ivan Karizna (5th Prize and Musiq3 & Canvas-Klaraprijs audience prizes).
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The second edition of the Queen Elisabeth Competition dedicated to the cello gives us an opportunity to re-immerse ourselves in the performances of four laureates during the very first session dedicated to this instrument, in 2017. This 4-album box set features recordings, most of which have never been previously released, from the first round, the semi-final, the final, as well as from the laureates' concerts, each cellist including a concerto from the mainstream repertory in his program. On these releases we shall hear Victor Julien-Laferrière (1st Prize), Yuya Okamoto (2nd Prize), Santiago Cañón-Valencia (3rd Prize) and Ivan Karizna (5th Prize and Musiq3 & Canvas-Klaraprijs audience prizes).
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