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The wonderful and always engaging cellist Inbal Segev joins us to talk about her latest album, which pairs one of the most famous concertos in the cello repertoire (Edward Elgar) with a new work (Dance) by Anna Clyne, inspired by the poet Rumi. Just as the Elgar concerto served as an elegy for the First World War, Anna Clyne's Dance provides inspiration at a time of global conflict due to the covid-19 pandemic. Joined by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and maverick conductor Marin Alsop, Segev turns in a thoughtful, measured reading of both works.
Inbal Segev's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Inbalsegev