Lawrence Stomberg, Cellist


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John Ireland – Cello Sonata in g minor, 2. Poco largamente – non troppo lento
Julie Nishimura, piano
recorded at Gore Recital Hall, University of Delaware
January 29, 2014
John Palmer, producer and videographer





John Ireland – Cello Sonata in g minor, 3. Con moto e marcato
Julie Nishimura, piano
recorded at Gore Recital Hall, University of Delaware
January 29, 2014
John Palmer, producer and videographer





George Crumb - Sonata for Solo Violoncello
Performed at the Master Players Festival, Gore Recital Hall, University of Delaware
August 2, 2015
John Palmer, videographer





Ludwig van Beethoven – Sonata in A Major for Piano and Violoncello, Op. 69, 1. Allegro ma non tanto
Daniel Weiser, piano
recorded at Gore Recital Hall, University of Delaware
January 31, 2015
John Palmer, producer and videographer





Ofer Ben-Amots – Odessa Trio, 4. Recitative and Toccata
Guillaume Combet, violin
Christine Delbeau, piano
Performed at New Music Delaware, Gore Recital Hall, University of Delaware
March 6, 2015
John Palmer, videographer







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

"I have no reservations whatsoever about the ensemble’s performance of the Barber string quartet. The Serafins are less driven than the Emerson Quartet, and their more flexible tempo allows the Brahmsian pathos of this work to shine through. Violinist Timothy Schwarz’s and cellist Lawrence Stomberg’s contributions in the Molto Adagio—most often heard in the arrangement known as the Adagio for Strings—deserve special note."
--Fanfare Magazine





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