"Timora Rosler's playing is like
a fresh breeze. It is invigorating
and full of vitality..."
The Jerusalem Post
"Her interpretation is original, profound, and impressive..."
"With her technique, musicality and power of delivery, Rosler is an outstanding cellist..."
Beethoven: Complete Cello Sonatas & Variations
Brilliant Classics 94624
"An energetic approach which makes for great clarity of both sound and form… This approach reveals, more than usual, Beethoven's wild and stubborn personality… and the music can't but benefit from this particular performance..."
ABOUT TIMORA ROSLER
The Israeli/Dutch cellist Timora Rosler took first prize at the 1996 Stuttgart International Cello Competition. In 1997 she won the Vriendenkrans of the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. She was praised by the jury as follows: ‘Timora Rosler has a capturing talent, intimate expressiveness, virtuosity and a natural feeling for the composition … Her interpretation is exceptionally fascinating.’
She participated in numerous music festivals including Ravinia, Aspen, Banff Center for the Arts, Cello Biënnale Amsterdam, Manchester Cello Festival, International Musicians Seminar in Prussia Cove, Francigena International Arts Festival, Cello Festival Zutphen and Gaia Chamber Music Festival in Thun.
Rosler has appeared in concerts in Europe, the United States, Canada, Argentina and Israel.
As a soloist she has performed with various orchestras such as the Flemish Radio under Martyn Brabbins, Philharmonia of the Nations under Justus Frantz, Janácek Philharmonic, Grazioso Chamber Orchestra of the Hungarian National Philharmonic, Camerata Antonio Lucio and Haifa Symphony Orchestra.
With the Orquesta de Cámara Mayo of Buenos Aires she toured extensively throughout The Netherlands (including the Amsterdam Concertgebouw) and Argentina with the works of Piazzolla. Both a television and a CD recording were made of this collaboration.
She has recorded numerous CD's which have been reviewed with praise.
Rosler is a professor of cello at the Utrecht Conservatory of Music.
She plays on a Thomas Dodd cello from 1800.