The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #16 – Jan Vogler

We want you to meet cellist Jan Vogler, his classical music foundation, infectious passion and ability at his instrument are some of the reasons he is seen and heard performing with the most celebrated conductors and orchestras around the world.  In addition to performing the cello in concert, the German born Jan Vogler is fruitful as a recording artist on SONY records, with many releases and more to come.  Through our exclusive interview with musician Jan Vogler, something you’ll see very clear is his zeal for the international art form of music.  Classical music can be blended with other performing arts such as acting, dance and even spoken word poetry.  Along with Chinese violinist Mira Wang, Venezuelan pianist Vanessa Perez, American actor Bill Murray and our special guest Jan Vogler have presented a live performance and studio album called New Worlds.  It’s music and literature featuring Bill Murray as singer and narrator performing American songs from Stephen Foster to Stephen Sondheim along with recitations of classic American poetry and literature.

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Maya Beiser: Cellist

MAYA BEISER has been called “the queen of contemporary cello” by the San Francisco Chronicle, and The New Yorker magazine has called her a “cello goddess.”  Many people think of the music of Bach and other classical composers when they think of the cello instrument.  Maya Beiser sees so much more.  Her album “Uncovered” is her reimagination of songs recorded by greats in..rock music.  The album features her intrepretations of songs recorded by Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, AC/DC, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and others.

Maya Beiser may make you change the way you view the cello and her interpretations of the songs on “Uncovered” illustrate the connections between rock and much of the music around the world and the classical sounds from our past.