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Review: London Philharmonic Orchestra with Andreas Brantelid

03.30.15
Andreas Brantelid
The Argus

Soloist Andreas Brantelid showed in the Elgar Cello Concerto how his exciting schoolboy promise has blossomed. 

The talented cellist made his concert debut at 14 playing the popular piece with his native Royal Danish Orchestra. 

Brantelid, now in his late 20s, looked entirely at ease as he extracted every ounce of emotion with his 1707 Boni-Hegar Stradivarius cello in a hugely confident yet restrained performance, preferring a hint of Edwardian reserve to 21st century “heart on sleeve” bravado. 

In the doomier lower registers his playing resembled a highly tuneful creaking door opening on Elgar’s troubled soul, while all his musicianship respected the integrity of the concerto. He threw in a fine Bach piece as an encore.

Read the rest of the review here