Robin Aitchison’s cellos are being played around the world by soloists, chamber musicians and orchestral cellists in a fascinating range of classical and contemporary concerts. After The Cello Maker, the beautiful film about Robin’s work, you can browse through a series of videos of Robin’s instruments in action. The sound quality will be best if you use headphones or good speakers.
The Cello Maker: a film about Robin Aitchison made by the Academy of Ancient Music in 2019
Robin Aitchison and Stephen Orton discuss Stephen’s Montagnana copy:
Samara Ginsberg plays her 2016 Aitchison Guadagnini copy by in her arrangement of the Inspector Gadget theme for 8 cellos
Matthew Sharp performs the denouement from Death’s Cabaret – A Love Story on his copy of the ex-Pergamenschikow Montagnana cello by Robin Aitchison.
Matthew Sharp is interviewed and filmed here playing Errollyn Wallen’s Cello Concerto from 1:40 to 4:40 of this six minute video.
Matthew Sharp plays his ex-Pergamenschikow Montagnana copy by Robin Aitchison in a multi track arrangement of Piazzolla’s Libertango.
Mikhail and Elena Nemtsov play the 3rd movement of the Roxburgh Sonata recorded live at the Warehouse London.
Mikhail Nemtsov & the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg perform an arrangement of the Schubert Arpeggione sonata
Mikhail Nemtsov plays the Sarabande from the Bach G major cello solo suite on his maple-backed copy of the Marquis de Corberon Stradivari made by Robin in 2016