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Matt Haimovitz brings his
"Bach Listening-Room Tour" to Ann Arbor.

Pick" by U.S. News and World Report.
"What makes this CD so different
from the others is that we had total
artistic control to choose the takes,
iff att Haimovitz's interest
write the liner notes and even design
in music began in Israel,
the packaging," Haimovitz says. "It
but he reached a career
was our vision of what I wanted to do
milestone in Michigan,
with the Bach suites
when he played his first
at that time.
-
public recital on cello at I
"It was the 250th
Detroit's Orchestra
anniversary of Bach's
Hall. It took place in
death in 2000, the
1984, when he was 16
year we did the
years old.
recording, and so
Haimovitz went on
there was a lot of
to perform with
Bach in the air. We
orchestras around the
set out to put a
world and to record
human face on these
the classics.
pieces-and
bring out
Now 31, he returns to
the vulnerabilities
the state Wednesday,
and emotions.
Aug. 28, for a more inti-
"We decided on a
mate appearance. He'll
slightly clo-ser rnik-
perform the first three
cello suites of Johann
Israeli-born cellist Matt Haimovitz ing to pick up the
details and nuances
Sebastian Bach at the
of the sound of the
Ark in Ann Arbor.
cello, and I think we achieved what we
"If we get into encores, I may be
set out to do."
playing some newer pieces by living
American composers," says Haimovitz,
who also has worked with the Detroit
Have Cello, Will Tavel
Symphony Orchestra.
"I'm getting ready to record a whole
Haimovitz, who began to play the cello
album devoted to cello works by
when he was 8, grew up in a home
Americans, and I'm going to be trying
filled with music. His mother, a pianist
some of those out on the `Bach
who also taught voice students, made
Listening-Room Tour."'
sure the family attended many concerts.
The suites being performed in Ann
The sound of the cello appealed to the
Arbor are from 6 Suites fir Cello Solo,
young Haimovitz, and he asked his par-
Haimovitz's first recording on his own
ents if he could begin lessons. He worked
label, Oxingale Records. The label sym-
very hard at learning his instrument and
bol, a combination of an ox and a
started to perform at school and in corn-
nightingale, comes from a Voltaire
petition in California, where his family
quote addressed to an 18th-century cel-
moved from Israel in 1975 because of a
list: "Sir, you've created a miracle; you've
job offer made to his father, an engineer.
turned the ox into a nightingale."
After hearing Haimovitz in a master
Haimovitz had spent 10 years
class, violinist Itzhak Perlman intro-
recording for Deutsche Grammophon
duced the prodigy to cellist Leonard
before teaming up with his wife, com-
Rose, who suggested that Haimovitz
poser Luna Pearl Woolf, to go into
continue his studies with instructors at
CD production. His label debut
the Juilliard School in New York City.
brought a nomination for an INDIE
"I began to audition for conductors,
Award, won the Just Plain Folks
including [Israel Philharmonic
Award for the Best Solo Classical
Conductor] Zubin Mehra, who
Album and was selected as a "Top
arranged for my debut with the Israel

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