Lawrence Stomberg, Cellist


Home

Biography

Performance Video

2017-18 Performance Schedule

American Cello CD

Concert and Project Offerings

Stomblog
Sound Clips

From Live Performances

Franz Josef Haydn -
Concerto in C Major, Hob. VIIb/1, 1st movement (recapitulation and cadenza*)

Click here to listen


with the Hogue Sinfonietta, Charles Hogue, conductor
May 16, 2009, Huntsville, Alabama
*cadenza by Lawrence Stomberg



Benjamin Britten -
Suite No. 3, Op. 87
Moto Perpetuo

Click here to listen


Passacaglia excerpt

Click here to listen


November 6, 2007, University of Delaware



Robert Schumann -
Fünf Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102, Langsam

Click here to listen


with Julie Nishimura, piano
February 10, 2011, University of Delaware



Ernö Dohnanyi -
Sonata in Bb minor, Op. 8, 4th movement (theme, variations 1-4)

Click here to listen


with Julie Nishimura, piano
November 20, 2008, University of Delaware



Roger Sessions -
Six Pieces for Violoncello, Prelude

Click here to listen


November 1, 2004, University of Delaware



Sergei Rachmaninov -
Sonata in G minor, Op. 19, 4th movement (exposition)

Click here to listen


with Holly Roadfeldt-O'Riordan, piano
November 6, 2009, University of Delaware



Felix Mendelssohn -
Sonata in D Major, Op. 58, 1st movement (exposition)

Click here to listen


with Julie Nishimura, piano
February 10, 2011, University of Delaware



Antonin Dvořák -
Concerto in B minor for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 104

Click here to listen


with the University of Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Brian Stone, conductor
October 16, 2005, University of Delaware)





"Stomberg's warm-toned "Swan" barely left a wake."
- Classical Voice
of North Carolina





Have questions for Larry Stomberg? Click here to email him.



From The American Cello CD

George Crumb -
from the "Toccata" movement of the Sonata for Solo Violincello

Click here to listen





Aaron Minsky -
from "The Train Whistle" from Ten American Cello Etudes

Click here to listen



For information on The American Cello, click on the link in the upper left corner of this page