The best was saved for (almost) last: Alexander Ramm? the 26-year-old second-prize winner of the cello section in last year's Tchaikovsky Competition, was a mesmerising, heroic soloist in the fearsome Symphony-Concerto. Playing from memory, he made..
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Between the two symphonies there was an extraordinary performance of the Sinfonia concertante for cello and orchestra. This marked the UK debut of the Russian cellist Alexander Ramm, and on this evidence he will be back very soon. His intonation was..
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…Earning second prize in the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition, this tall, youthful cellist, with a mop of unruly hair à la Steven Isserlis (but without the curls) is a real talent. His sound is big-boned, with soulful legatos, iron..
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The cellist Alexander Ramm is in his late twenties and is emerging as an international artist after an early career in his native Russia. If he is as yet comparatively unknown in the West this is a situation that is not likely to continue for much..
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The astounding young cellist, Alexander Ramm was the star of the seventh concert in the Hugo Concert Series. Born in Vladivostok this young Russian wonder has performed in public since the age of nine, winning a clutch of prestigious prizes along..
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Alexander Ramm (‘cello) and the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Gérard Korsten gave us an enlightened performance of a work which can be obstreperous and therefore difficult to bring off. This young soloist is amazing in the..
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The soloist for Prokofiev’s Sinfonia Concertante is the Russian Alexander Ramm, whom I first heard when he was in South Africa for the Unisa International String Competition in 2010, in which he came second in the cello section. He played..
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Happily young Russian cellist Alexander Ramm saved the evening. His riveting performance of Elgar’s last major work for orchestra, the well-known Cello Concerto in E minor Op. 85, beautifully captured the concerto’s mood of disillusion, suffering..
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Elgar’s concerto is one of the great works written for the cello, although widespread international recognition has been acquired only in the past three decades. That might partially be because of its perceived “Englishness”, perhaps best described..
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Two decades ago, a young Russian violinist, Vadim Repin, knocked one off one’s feet with a fabulous performance of Glazunoff’s violin concerto in the Linder. In the mean time, Repin has conqured the musical world and he is one of the most sought..
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