An evening with cellos
Child’s Play India Foundation hosted ‘An Evening with Cellos’ at Caritas, St Inez recently, showcasing the achievement of the 24 cello students in a short span of time in the ambitious cello project, under the tutelage of Danish cello pedagogue Gry Norby. The programme featured several cello solos, teacher-pupil duos and ensemble pieces. A surprise addition was a performance by Goan violinist Ashley do Rego (visiting from Austria), whose programme included Massenet’s Meditation from Thais, and two movements from Johann Sebastian Bach’s Partita no. 2 in D minor, including the monumental Chaconne.
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