June 2 to June 6, 2018: Four concerts in and around Vienna, Austria, with Trio con Anima! Looking forward! (TrioConAnima.com)
February 11, 2018, 3 PM, Framingham Public Library:
Cello/Piano recital with Ana Sorina Popa (Music by J. S. Bach, S. Rachmaninoff, A. Glazunov, S. Prokoffief)
February 22, 2018, 8 PM, New England Conservatory, Keller Room
February 25, 2018, 4 PM, Dana Hall School, Beveridge Hall:
Recital with Ana Sorina Popa, piano and Laura Wilkins, flute
(Music by J. S. Bach, S. Prokoffief, H. Villa-Lobos, C. Cui)
Sunday, September 24, 3 PM
Rivers School Conservatory, Weston, MA, Faculty Recital with Anne Hooper Webb, violin and Jayoung Kim, piano
Mendelssohn, Trio C minor op. 66
Trio con Anima: A haunting program of music by L. van Beethoven, Howard Frazin, and D. Shostakovitch
Wednesday, January 18, 2017; 7 PM
Framingham Public Library, Framingham, MA
Thursday, January 19, 2017; 7 to 9 PM
Trio con Anima: New England Conservatory, Keller Room; Boston, MA;
Open dress rehearsal
Friday, January 20, 2017; 8 PM
Trio con Anima: New England Conservatory, Keller Room; Boston, MA
Saturday, January 21, 2017; 6 PM
Trio con Anima: Rivers School Conservatory, Rivera Hall; Weston, MA
Sunday, January 22, 2017; 3 PM
Trio con Anima: Dana Hall School, Beveridge Hall; Wellesley, MA
August 2016: Tour to Sweden with Trio con Anima
Ingmar Berman Center, Farö
Library of Visby, Gotland
Church of Hultsjö, Smaland
Chamber Music Society Björnlunda
November 7, 2015, 7 pm: New England Conservatory, Williams Hall
November 1, 3 pm: Dana Hall School, Beveridge Hall
October 28, 7 pm: Framingham Public Library
Ana Popa, Piano, Marie-Louise Williams Sjöberg, Violin, Susanne Friedrich, Cello
Piano trio recitals that bring together the old world with the new world. Susanne is born in Austria, Marie-Louise is coming for this concert series from Sweden, and Ana lives in the Boston area, but came here from Romania.
Our program reflects our origins as well as the new world that brings us together for these concerts: We are performing works by Austrian 18th century composer Joseph Haydn, Romanian George Enescu who bridges the 19th and the 20th centuries, living Swedish composer Ilva Skog, and Russian Sergej Rachmaninoff, living into the 20th century and becoming an American citizen before his death
November 8, 2014, 8 pm: Cello and Chamber Music Recital at New England Conservatory, Keller Room. (With Ana Popa, Laura Wilkins, Wendy Vignaux, Joshua Peckins, Lilit Hartunian, Gillian Rogell. Works by Beethoven, Genzmer, Mozart, Strauß)
November 2, 2014, 3 pm: Cello and Chamber Music Recital at Dana Hall School, Beveridge Hall. (With Ana Popa, Katharina Radlberger, Laura Wilkins, Wendy Vignaux. Works by Vivaldi, Beethoven, Genzmer, Kreisler, Strauß)
March 2, 2014, 3 pm: Cello/piano recital at Dana Hall School of Music/Beveridge Hall (with Ana Popa, piano; works by Kodály, Beethoven, Bach)
March 17, 2013, 7:30 pm: Cello/piano recital in Pierce Hall, New England Conservatory (with Ana Popa, piano; works by Respighi, Brahms, Beethoven)
March 3, 2013, 3 pm: Cello/piano recital at Dana Hall School of Music (with Ana Popa, piano; works by Respighi, Brahms, Beethoven)
February 10, 2013, 3 pm: Performance in the Rivers School Conservatory Faculty recital (with Ana Popa, piano)
November 9 and 11, 2012: High Strings, Deep Voice Recitals at St. Botolph Club, Boston and the Rotch-Jones-Duff House and Garden Museum in New Bedford, MA.
March 25, 2012, 4 pm: Recital in Williams Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA (Britten, Schumann, Beethoven)
March 18, 4 pm: Recital with harpist Carrie Kourkoumelis at the Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum
396 County Street • New Bedford, MA 02740
March 4, 2012: Recital at Dana Hall School of Music, Wellesley, MA (Britten, Schumann, Beethoven)
January 22, 2012: Rivers School Conservatory, Weston, MA (Britten, Solo Suite)
September 24, 2011: Nahant. High Strings, Low Voice
September 16, 2011: Washington, DC. High Strings, Low Voice
September 13, 2011: Jordan Hall, Boston, 8 pm. High Strings, Low Voice. A program for Baritone, Violin, Cello, Piano with Rupert Bergmann, Katharina Radlberger, Susanne Friedrich, Bill Merrill.
July 23, 2011: Music for Cello, Viola and Piano, Ellsworth, Maine
June 13, 2011: Boston Early Music Festival, Fringe Concert Series. Transformation of Baroque Music, Aldo Abreu and Friends. First Church in Boston, 6 pm (on baroque cello)
January 24, 2011: Recital with Aldo Abreu, recorder, in New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall
Welcome to my cello world.
Here you’ll find information on where I teach, what my newest performing projects are, as well as the homepages for Trio con Brio and the Vienna Waltz Ensemble – groups I cofounded and am a member of.
You can also find a link to buy my Vibrato for Cellists DVD:
What I do:
I am a musician and cellist and dedicate much of my time to teaching. My students’ ages range from 5 to over 70 years old. To me, the most important thing is to help them become the best possible musicians and bring out their talents.
I am also an experienced performer, playing solo recitals and chamber music concerts as well as performing with many Boston area orchestras.
Check out my DVD: Vibrato for Cellists
If you’ve ever yearned to play with beautiful, emotional Vibrato the way you hear it in your favorite cello pieces, this is the DVD for you. It’s a simple, proven method for taking you from zero knowledge to a professional-sounding Vibrato.
This DVD has helped hundreds of people of all ages learn to incorporate the Vibrato as an element of their playing, enhancing and adding to their sound.
It doesn’t just demonstrate and explain the exercises you’ll need to achieve a professional Vibrato: some of Susanne's students demonstrate each level of the exercise (you’ll see how things look and sound during the process)
You'll find a quick list of useful tips for how to tastefully incorporate Vibrato into your existing repertoire.
If a gorgeous Vibrato is what you want to achieve, this DVD will help you get there.
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