Injury Forces Cellist Anner Bylsma to Cancel All Concerts

Classic Arts News   Injury Forces Cellist Anner Bylsma to Cancel All Concerts
Cellist Anner Bylsma has stopped performing "for the foreseeable future" because he is suffering from muscle strain and tendonitis, according to an announcement from Carnegie Hall.

Among the concerts on Bylsma's schedule were two recitals at Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall, at which he was to perform the complete Bach suites for solo cello. Holders of tickets for the concerts will receive a refund; they may call Carnegie Hall at 212-247-7800 for more information.

Bylsma performs on both modern and period cellos, and appears frequently with such early music groups as L'Archibudelli and Tafelmusik. He is also a teacher and the author of Bach, the Fencing Master: Reading Aloud From the First Three Cello Suites.

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