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Yo-Yo Ma
University Musical Society
Hill Auditorium
8:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 4
By Anne Valdespino
W HO IS the only cellist ever to
appear on the cover of Harvard
Magazine? - Yo-Yo Ma, of course. A
graduate of Harvard University who
reads, speaks and writes French and
Chinese, Ma also devotes time to com-
posing music of his own when he is not
busy performing on the international
circuit.
Since his 1963 appearance in the
nationally televised "The American
Pageant of the Arts" conducted by
Leonard Bernstein, Ma's career has
blossomed. He has performed as guest
soloist with major orchestras
throughout the world; Berlin Philhar-
monic, Chicago Symphony, Israel
Philharmonic, London Symphony, and
the New York Philharmonic to cite a
few. In these engagements he has had
the opportunity to work with the world's
prominent conductors, Claudio Abbado,
Sergiu Comissiona, Herbert von
Karajan, Lorin Maazel. Zubin Mehta
Wmston
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Winston will typically base a piece on a
simple musical statement, perhaps
only five or six notes. He'll repeat the
phrase, altering and playing with it,
exploring its tonal and color
possibilities. A melody slowly forms,
evolving in complexity. It will chase af-
ter itself in short; rapid circles, or split
into two overlapping melodies that play
tag with one another, to merge again,
pause to reflect on itself, and gracefully
dissolve when it's exhausted its poten-
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and Seiji Ozawa.
Many of his tours include solo and
chamber music recitals. In this
medium, Ma has appeared with the
best; cellist Leonard rose, violinists
Yehudi Menuhin, and Pinchas Zucker-
man, and pianist Emanuel Ax as well
as many others.
Part of Yo-Yo Ma's wide appeal is
due to his astounding versatility. In a
time when musicians are under
pressure to become more specialized,
Ma remains one of the few artists who
is comfortable performing music of any
century.
His repertoire includes Romantic
tial.
Winston is also fond of enhancing a
piece with occassional technical tricks,
like trilling the last notes of a passage,
letting them spiral off into thin air, or
he'll slow down a melody, so that the
slow reverberations and gaps of silence
between the notes are every bit as ef-
fective as a furiously pounding
crescendo. The techniques commonly
achieved through a mixing console, he
arrives at accoustically.
George Winston is a modern com-
poser for an audience who appreciates
modern music that is humanistic and
poetic, free of dry mathematics. His
performance promises to be a high
point in this year's local so far
relatively anorexic concert calendar. l

works like the Brahms Double Concer-
to, and 20th century literature like the
Kabalevsky'or Shostakovich Solo Con-
certos. But Ma also has a predilection
for Bach; he has performed and recor-
ded the Suites for Gamba (a 17th cen-
tury stringed instrument) and Har-
psichord, and his interpretation of the
Bach Suites for solo Cellos is in con-
stant demand, playing to sold-out
houses in New York's Alice Tully Hall
and in a series of European
engagements at London, Munich and
Berlin.
Ma is also a popular commodity in
the record industry. His debut disc for

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