German-Canadian cellist, David Eggert, is a truly gifted musician, who is equally comfortable in all genres of classical music. A convincing interpreter of Baroque and Classical masterpieces, Mr. Eggert, has also distinguished himself as a formidable performer and proponent of contemporary composers of the second half of the twentieth century.
Learn more about David Eggert’s philosophy on music here:
Here’s a sample of Mr. Eggert playing in Salzburg:
Our personal favourite is his interpretation of the third movement of the Rachmaninoff Cello Sonata in Istanbul, Turkey:
This is Mr. Eggert playing the solo cello sonata by Hungarian composer, Zoltan Kodaly in Montréal, Québec:
Finally, here is a thrilling performance of Canadian composer Samuel Andreyev’s piece ”A moitié gomme” recorded live in Darmstadt, Germany: