• BRAHMS: 21 Hungarian Dances Arr. Piatti, No. 9 in D Minor (Nancy Green, cello/R. Larry Todd, piano)

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    Brahms 21 Hungarian Dances Arr. Piatti - No. 9 in D Minor, Allegro non troppo
    Nancy Green - Cello, R. Larry Todd - Piano


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    Hailed by Fanfare Magazine as “one of the great cellists of our time” and "in the elite of today's concert cellists", Nancy Green in an internationally recognized recording artist, known for her highly acclaimed CDs of previously unrecorded works as well as staples of the cello repertoire. Her numerous CDs, which include many premieres, are broadcast frequently both in the United States and abroad and her performances have earned rave reviews internationally. Her recordings on the JRI (USA), Cello Classics (UK), and Biddulph (UK) labels have received special notice in publications such as Fanfare Magazine (Want List), Strings Magazine (Editor’s Choice), MusicWeb International (CD of the Month), and Classical Music Magazine (CD of the fortnight). The Green/Moyer duo was called by American Record Guide “some of the best chamber playing around” and international press reviews have likened her to great cellists such as Mstislav Rostropovich, Yo-Yo Ma, Leonard Rose, and Jacqueline du Pre.

    Green has performed extensively on the concert stage and for radio and television in the United States, Europe, and the Far East and appeared as soloist in venues such as Boston’s Symphony Hall, New York’s Alice Tully Hall, the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Windsor Castle, and London’s Wigmore Hall as well as major concert halls in Shanghai, Taipei and Seoul. In 2015 she formally withdrew from the concert stage and devotes herself exclusively to recording.

    Nancy Green studied at the Juilliard School with Leonard Rose and Lynn Harrell and performed in the master classes of Mstislav Rostropovich. After receiving a Rockefeller grant for study in London with Jacqueline du Pre, she worked with Johannes Goritzki in Dusseldorf, Germany. She made her concerto debut in New York playing Dvorak concerto at Lincoln Center, was spotlighted as a Young Artist of the Year by Musical America and won prizes and awards including the Concert Artists Guild Award which sponsored her first New York recital. In 1992 a minor planet was named in her honor by Spacewatch at Kitt Peak.

    Former teaching positions held by Ms. Green include the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London, UK), Chethams School of Music (Manchester, UK), and the University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ, USA), and she has taught privately in England, Germany and the US. Her former students have gone on to study at institutions such as Juilliard, New England Conservatory, Moscow Conservatory, Eastman, Colburn, and Royal College of Music among others, and have been successful soloists, chamber musicians, teachers and orchestra musicians in the US and abroad.

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