Cellist Inbal Segev Celebrated in Two San Francisco Classical Voice Articles
The San Francisco Classical Voice recently published two articles celebrating the artistry of cellist Inbal Segev:
1) In “Inbal Segev Offers Four Great Reasons to Program More Music by Women Composers“, the SFCV raved: “[in playing Spring Song] Segev seemed like the ideal performer for this work: No matter how high she climbed on the fingerboard, she continued to command a slew of colors.”
2) In “Cellist Inbal Segev Carries Dan Visconti’s Folk-Inspired Tangle-Eye Concerto” , the SFCV’s review described the piece as “a nearly ceaseless flow of through-composed melody, which [Segev] played with complete dedication and high intelligence.”
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