‘[The Sinfonia in F] is a charming piece, which Jennifer Morsches plays with a fine mixture of elegance and gutsiness…” Gramophone Magazine, Sept. 2010

“… Jennifer Morsches’s cello, almost as old as Pergolesi, is refreshingly clear, unaffected, almost gamba-like.” BBC Music Magazine, July 2010

“Mendelssohn’s Trio in D minor (op.49, from 1839) opened with an expansive cello melody, played beautifully by the impressive Jennifer Morsches.” Early Music Review, April 2008

Recital programmes
A wide-ranging selection, which can be specified upon request, that reflects my love and desire to pursue the interpretation of works on both period and modern cellos.

Les délices de la solitude – Solo Cello Recital
• A choice of repertoire, spanning the 17th-21st centuries
(such as Gabrielli, Bach, Piatti, Franchomme, Britten, Dutilleux)

Cello and Continuo Recital
• An abundance of sonata literature from the 18th century
(including Geminiani, Barrière, Vivaldi, Lanzetti, Porpora, Telemann etc.)

Cello and Piano Recitals
• All Beethoven
(A microcosm of Beethoven’s compositional output)

• The Romantics
(such as Chopin, Schumann, Mendelssohn)

• Late 19th and 20th Century
(including Debussy, Nin, De Falla, Fauré, Shostakovich, Janacek, Pärt, Barber, Grieg, Poulenc, Rachmaninov, Miaskovsky, etc.)

•Works Influenced by Folk Music
(including Martinů, Bartók, Kodály, Piazzolla, etc.)

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