Both an internationally-renowned artist and a dedicated pedagogue, cellist Antonio Lysy has performed in concert halls worldwide. He enjoys exploring the versatility of the instrument’s voice, from Baroque to electric, and is committed to projects that enrich his diverse interests. A recent highlight is the extraordinary recital, broadcast on live radio, celebrating Bach through performances on Baroque, acoustic, and electric cellos at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Mr. Lysy has numerous recordings to his credit and is also founder of a summer chamber music festival in Tuscany. He is Professor of Cello at the Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA.
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