Cellist Antonio Lysy and pianist Daniel Gledhill perform: Giovanni Sollima: Il bell’ Antonio, Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012, Messiaen: Louange à l’Éternité de Jésus, and Popper: Polonaise de Concert.
Antonio Lysy, an artist of international stature and dedicated pedagogue, has performed as a soloist in major concert halls worldwide. He has collaborated with distinguished conductors including Yuri Temirkanov, Charles Dutoit, Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Sandor Vegh, and Kees Bakels, and continues to perform regularly both as a solo, and chamber music artist. Lysy has recorded extensively for CBC Radio, BBC Radio, Classic FM, and other radio networks. Lysy enjoys exploring the versatility of the cello’s voice, from Baroque to electric, and is committed to projects which enrich his diverse interests in music. Based on his Latin Grammy award-winning CD, the touring multimedia show, “Te Amo, Argentina”, has met with widespread acclaim. In the summer of 2003 Lysy accepted the position of Professor of Cello at University of California, Los Angeles. Prior to moving to the United States, he held a professorship at McGill University in Montréal.
Daniel Gledhill began studying the piano at the age of 5 with Dr. Irene Peery-Fox in Provo, Utah. Since then, he has become an accomplished pianist, winning 1st prizes on both National and International stages. He attended school at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he received his Bachelors in Piano Performance and continued his education at USC where he received a degree in scoring for TV and film. He currently works at UCLA, as well as at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy as a staff pianist and also works as a freelance musician in the Los Angeles area.
Sundays Live is made possible by the Colburn Foundation in memory of Ed Edelman and the Sidney Stern Memorial Trust.