Another fabulous concert, review of JPO concert
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 exquisitely. The only criticism which I can possibly make is that he desperately needs a haircut, that or some clips to keep the hair out of his face.
I didn’t know the work, but I thought it was marvellous, thanks at least partly to the beautiful rich tone Alexander Ramm gives it. He made the ridiculously difficult cadenza look easy and it sounded magnificent. The Naxos recording of this work features Alexander Rudin with the Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra 8.553624. For an encore Ramm played Cassado’s Cello Suite, a work entirely unknown to me before, but lovely and very showy.
Concert Management in Russia

Elizaveta Levina

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