Michael Church, Wednesday 01 July 2020 – The Independent

Jonathan Biss brings his complete recorded Beethoven cycle to a triumphant conclusion, while the cellist Sandra Lied Haga deploys her warm and passionate sound with two works by Tchaikovsky and Dvorak

“There is a new contender in the world of the cello: a 25-year-old Norwegian called Sandra Lied Haga. She started on the cello at three – dwarfed by her instrument – but swiftly rose to prominence, winning competition after competition, and charming everyone with her sound. She made her Wigmore Hall-debut aged twelve; The two works on this new CD at Simax Classics allow her ample scope to deploy her warm and passionate sound”

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