Of Note: Evocative Intimacies for Cello and Piano

Jun 17, 2019

Pianist Juho Pohjonen and cellist Inbal Segev
Credit Courtesy Avie Records

Explore evocative intimacies in a new duo recording of Chopin, Schumann and Grieg  from cellist Inbal Segev and pianist Juho Pohjonen.

"I think Chopin was a master of making the impression of a human voice on piano," explains Pohjonen.

"Chopin wrote mostly for piano, and very few works for other instruments," says Segev, elaborating that the cello lines in Chopin's Sonata in G Minor mimic the bel canto style of singing. 

Hear the full interview in the streaming link above.