CLASSICAL

Critically acclaimed cellist Eric Edberg has performed as concerto soloist with Indianapolis Philharmonic, the Bismark-Mandan Symphony Orchestra, the Tampa Bay Chamber Orchestra, the Annapolis Symphony, the Terre Haute Symphony, and the DePauw Symphony, and toured China playing as soloist with the DePauw Chamber Singers.  He has served as principal cellist of the Annapolis and Terre Haute symphonies, was a two-time regional winner of the National Federation of Music Clubs Young Artist Auditions, and was a winner of the North Carolina School of the Arts Concerto Competition.  He performs regularly with the DePauw Chamber Players and with many other professional musicians in central Indiana and elsewhere.  He is the founding artistic director of the Greencastle (IN) Summer Music Festival.

He and pianist Claude Cymerman, with whom he frequently collaborates, are engaged in a project of arranging the art songs of Henri Duparc for cello and piano.

“I love the Lalo Sonata for Cello and Piano, which is hardly ever played.  Here’s a faculty recital performance with my DePauw colleague Claude Cymerman, from spring 2005.”

Andante non troppo
Andante
Allegro

2 responses to “CLASSICAL

  1. Brenda Leonard

    Hi Eric –

    You know me as “abtleo” from Cello Chat, if you pay that much attention around that place….though I haven’t been around there as much lately.

    Thank you for posting the Lalo sonata! I didn’t know it, and it’s great. A future recital project, perhaps.

    I’m also really enjoying your improv blog stuff. Some of it has inspired my own practicing and work. Much appreciated.

    Brenda Leonard

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