No. 316, January/February 2024
Our cover story this issue checks in with cellist Christoph Croisé, whose most recent album celebrates three works with a connection to the year 1883. The enterprising musician also writes his own music, which has given him a new perspective on the works of other composers. “When you write your own music,” he says, “you immediately find out that it is impossible to write down he music exactly as you imagine it.” Elsewhere in this issue, you’ll also find a special focus on health and wellness.
Also in this issue:
- Making the case for new, neglected, and offbeat repertoire
- Fiddler Rachel Calvert takes a leap of faith with Barbaro
- The bowed psaltery’s penchant for adventure
- Quatuor Arod hashes out its ten-year plan
- Imagining the ultimate practice guide to Bach’s Cello Suites
And more . . .
New to the store: we are pleased to offer select sheet music related to the stories in this issue. Play the issue!