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  • Cellist Pablo Casals left the physical rigors of concert performance behind for the most part, turning to the somewhat less demanding tasks of composing and conducting, yet remaining fully active within the world of his art until his death at age 97.

    Nicholas Delbanco's "Lastingness: the Art of Old Age"

  • Cellist Pablo Casals left the physical rigors of concert performance behind for the most part, turning to the somewhat less demanding tasks of composing and conducting, yet remaining fully active within the world of his art until his death at age 97.

    Nicholas Delbanco's "Lastingness: the Art of Old Age"

  • Prades Music "Festival Pablo Casals de Prades" is a chamber music festival with 44 performances featuring music by Bach, Liszt, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Shostakovich and Dutilleux.

    What's on Around Europe

  • That's the rhetoric that's been going around the Kennedy Center this week, as the center kicked off its two-week celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy inauguration - a festival that continued Tuesday night with a tribute to the concert the great cellist Pablo Casals gave for President Kennedy, his wife, and 150-odd luminaries from the worlds of music and politics on Nov. 13, 1961.

    JFK is honored in Casals concert redux

  • In addition to performing Thursday, Ma will play on Jan. 25 the music that cellist Pablo Casals performed in November 1961.

    50 years later, a Kennedy legacy of music and dance

  • Musicians including cellist Pablo Casals and violinist David Oistrakh had visited Mr. Suzuki's Talent Education centers in Japan and came away singing their praises.

    The Suzuki Method He Imported Keyed a Music Revolution

  • Pablo Casals play Bach's cello suites or gander at the latest in swimsuit design.

    Masters of Distraction

  • EISENACH, Germany—When Polish harpsichordist Wanda Landowska 1879-1959 met the cellist Pablo Casals, she famously told him, "You play Bach your way and I'll play Bach his way."

    Remembering the Heroine of the Harpsichord

  • A one-time pupil of Pablo Casals, Perényi has a warm, big-boned, springy tone and brings expressive variety to Britten's Suite No 3 Op 87 1971, written in a matter of days for his friend Rostropovich.

    Miklós Perényi: Britten, Bach, Ligeti

  • The Kennedys brought the great Spanish cellist Pablo Casals to the White House for a chamber music recital that made front page news.

    Michael Kaiser: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Inauguration of President John F. Kennedy

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