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Classical
Sun / May 17, 2020

Lynn Harrell, cellist

“A virtuosic performance.” — The Boston Globe

“The dean of American cellists.” — The Washington Post

Location: The Broad Stage - Main Stage
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Lynn Harrell, American cellist and master music teacher, is revered as one of the world's most brilliant and beloved musicians of all time. The GRAMMY® Award winner’s discography includes collaborations with eminent musicians and orchestras worldwide. The Santa Monica-based Harrell, known for his wit and charm, is placed in the highest echelon of today’s performing artists.

Lynn Harrell Gives Memorable Performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Los Angeles Times describes Harrell’s rendition of the “Mélodie” from Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice” as both serious and soulful. Read more about his exciting performance style here.

Renowned Cellist Lynn Harrell Gives Lively Performance with The Met Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.

The New York Times delves into the passionate performance Harrell shared with concert-goers describing his style as bringing “both playfulness and intensity” to the performance. Read more here.


Spotlight Talk with Elizabeth Stoyanovich starting at 7:00 PM. Learn more here.


Classical Music Series at The Broad Stage made possible in part by generous support from the Colburn Foundation.

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