A performance of pure pleasure

A performance of pure pleasure


norman lebrecht

November 03, 2015

From my Album of the Week on sinfinimusic.com:

In the aftermath of the Chopin Competition, which takes place every five years, it’s hard to remember that the composer wrote for anything other than solo piano – two concertos excepted. The little cello-piano pieces of the great Pole don’t get heard often enough and this performance is pure pleasure.

Read full review here.



  • Olaugh Turchev says:

    Why not mention it’s Weilerstein & Barnaton?

  • Eli Bensky says:

    Emmanuel Ax was in Houston TX recently with the symphony and as an encore performed the largo movement from one of a Chopin sonata for piano and cello. It was sheer beauty.