World-renowned American cellist Wendy Warner and eminent Russian pianist Irina Nuzova, are earning critical acclaim for their riveting performances as the duo WarnerNuzova. The two performers’ contrasting cultures and traditions are at the core of the energy and insight of their interpretations. Warner and Nuzova first came together in 2005, out of a shared interest in performing canonical works which feature equal cello and piano parts, as well as commissioning unique arrangements and new music.
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All-Brahms program on September 28 at the Gardner following their warmly acclaimed all-Beethoven performances two years ago
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Brahms piano-cello works, at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
1:30 pm -- Brahms piano-cello works, at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston.
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Interview with Jerry Dubin of Fanfare Magazine. WarnerNuzova is featured cover ensemble.
Critics have applauded pianist Irina Nuzova for her “rise above mere virtuosity", “intensity of feeling", and “profound interpretation."
Wendy Warner has become one of the world’s leading cellists. In May, 2010, The New York Times reported “Warner’s expressive playing and glowing tone were everywhere a pleasure.”