Schubert Arpeggione Sonata in A minor D. 821 : Alexandre Debrus, cello & Alexander Mogilevsky, piano


Franz Schubert
Arpeggione sonata in A minor D. 821

1. Allegro moderato 14’20
2. Adagio 04’03
3. Allegretto 11’27

Alexandre Debrus, cello
Alexander Mogilevsky, piano

From the CD “Pavane Records” ref.: ADW 7541

http://www.alexandredebrus.com

Alexandre Debrus was born in 1976, into a family of musicians, his father Raoul Debrus and his mother Eliane Debrus-Boucher, were respectively lead viola and cello to the RTBF Symphony Orchestra in Belgium. At the age of four he started to play the cello under the guidance of his mother. He was studying with Luc Dewez (Mons and Waterloo in Belgium), Mischa Maisky (Siena), Mark Drobinsky (Siena and Paris), Yvan Monighetti (Basel) and Mstislav Rostropovich (Beloeil in Belgium). He gives numerous concerts in Belgium, France, Switzerland, Germany, Serbia, Italy, Spain, Greece, the United States, Russia, Argentina, Japan and to China. He recorded 19 CD as soloist and with chamber music ensemble under different labels, such as Pavane Records, BMG-RCA, Victor Read Seal, EMI Classics and Artès Classics.Sergei Rachmaninoff (Author), Cello (Musical Instrument), Classical, Piano (Musical Instrument), Cello Sonata (Composition), Live, cello, Music, Eliane, Debrus, Boucher, Cello, Raoul, Viola, Piano, Rachmaninov, Alexandre, recital, Alexander, Mogilevsky, Luc, Dewez, Mischa, Maisky, Mark, Drobinsky, Paris, Yvan, Monighetti, Mstislav, Rostropovich, Sergei, Rachmaninoff ,Eliane Debrus-Boucher, Violoncelle, Raoul Debrus, Alto, Classical Music

Alexander Mogilevsky was born in 1977 in Odessa in a musical family. His International career started when he won 1st Grand Prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians. Since that time Alexander Mogilevsky regularly performs at the most prestigious concert halls, such as: Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, Royal Festival Hall and Wigmore Hall in London, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Gewandhaus in Leipzig, Chatelet and Champs Elysees in Paris, Tohnhalle in Zurich etc… He plays together with such conductors, as: Valery Gergiev, Mikhail Pletnev, Vladimir Spivakov, Stanislaw Skrowachevsky etc… And together with such orchestras, as: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra in London, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1997, Alexander Mogilevsky won the International Davidoff Prize in Germany. He also gives concert tours in Japan and Corea. Alexander Mogilevsky also plays chamber music on a regular basis with such musicians, as: Martha Argerich, Mischa Maisky, Julian Rachlin, Alexander Debrus, Lilya Zilberstein, Dora Schwarzberg and several others… He performs at numerous festivals, such as: the Klavier-festival Ruhr in Germany, where he became stipendiat of the Year 2010, chosen by Grigory Sokolov and Martha Argerich; the New York Philharmonic Stravinsky Festival, thePiano de la Roque d’Antheron; and the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad. 
His discography includes, among others, a Recital at EMI classics, live performance of Mikhail Pletnev’s Fantasia Helvetica for two pianos with Martha Argerich, conducted by Mikhail Pletnev for EMI classics.

 

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