On Sunday, November 22nd at 3 p.m. celebrated Russian cellist Yosif Feigelson
will perform at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue (30 West 68th Street, NYC).
The concert will feature four Cello Sonatas of composer Mieczyslaw (Moishe) Weinberg (1919-1996). Tickets and more information are available at the website: www.swfs.org or by phone at: (212) 877-4050.
Called “one of the most prolific, yet largely overlooked composers”,
Mieczyslaw (Moishe) Weinberg is author to 26 symphonies, 17 string quartets, operas,
concerti as well as music to many movies including famous “The Cranes Are Flying”.
For more facts about composer visit www.mweinberg.info
Praised around the world for his outstanding mastery, dubbed by one of the critics ”
a Caruso of the Cello”, Yosif Feigelson enjoys over three decades
of a distinguished solo career. Former student of two great Russian
masters: Rostropovich and Gutman, he is as much dedicated to bringing
forward new music as his former mentors. His unique recordings of works
for solo cello by M. Weinberg will be re-issued by Naxos in 2010.
Visit artist’s website at: www.yfeigelson.com