Los Angeles Philharmonic Lynn Harrell Tickets
Los Angeles Philharmonic Lynn Harrell tickets bring to you a classical event featuring the renowned classical cellist who is respected and recognized for his exceptional work. The winner of Grammy Awards has played alongside several great musicians and has managed to make a distinguished mark with his musical capabilities in the classical music world. He was the first one who was garnered the prestigious Avery Fischer Prize. Among other awards that the talented artist has won includes the Piatigorsky Award and the Ford Foundation Concert Artists' Award.
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Coming from a musical background with both parents as musicians, it was only natural that Harrell showed a keen interest in classical music at a very young age. Harrell was only eight when he started learning to play the cello and thus started his musical journey that would take him to new heights.
Harrell attended the master classes of Gregor Piatigorsky and Pablo Casals when he moved to Dallas, Texas and it was here that his teacher Lev Aronson also guided him. The artist describes Aronson as a great teacher who gave him the passion and love for the instrument and for music and life. His school years were spent studying music at the Juilliard School of Music. Here he studied with the renowned Leonard Rose, whom he considers a great teacher and cellist. Later, he studied with Orlando Cole at the Curtis Institute of Music. It was Orlando Cole who advised Harrell to join an orchestra in order to focus on a solo career.
It was in 1961 that Harrell made his debut when he played with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. After he was orphaned at the age of only 17, Harrell a year later joined Cleveland Orchestra in 1964 through his father’s acquaintance embarking on his musical career. For the next seven years he stayed with Cleveland Orchestra and accomplished to be the principal cellist there till 1971. The artist believes that after losing his parents he felt the need to share music with those who would appreciate it, a need that he now understands as he reflects back on his life.
In 1971, he made his recital debut and it was also the time when Harrell started teaching at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Slowly his music career began to build. His focus and capabilities made him a successful soloist. Besides his musical endeavors, the artist continued to teach at various schools and conducted classes to guide the burgeoning talents with his masterful skills. In 1975 he was awarded the Avery Fisher Prize and thus he received international recognition. The 1980s was a period that saw Harrell rise as a star. He played at major concert halls with top-echelon orchestras and conductors.
Along with his music career his teaching career also grew. He went on to be part of the faculty at the Juilliard School of Music in 1976. At Royal Academy of Music in London, Harrell served as a principal for two years. Aspen Music Festival has been an important part of his life as he spent 50 years with it, teaching and performing there.
Over the years, he has continued to perform as a recitalist, conductor, chamber musician with orchestras and has also maintained his teaching career. He continues to tour around and performs with such authority and magnificence that clearly shows his masterful command over his art. Fan love him for his passionate performances and attend the concerts expecting great music and that is what Harrell delivers. Los Angeles Philharmonic Lynn Harrell show is going to be no different. Harrell is regarded as one of the finest cellist in the world and a concert by him promises to be a memorable experience. If you want to enjoy the classical music by one the most acclaimed cellist artist then grab on to Los Angeles Philharmonic Lynn Harrell tickets before they finish.
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