Three Performances by Gabriel Cabezas

1527038_10151868094033202_334926097_nThis has been a whirlwind couple of months for cellist Gabriel Cabezas. In December 2013, Cabezas made his LA Philharmonic debut and Chicago Symphony Orchestra subscription series debut. Recently, he played his Philadelphia Orchestra debut at a Martin Luther King Jr. day concert (see below).

Coming up in the month of February, you can catch him at the following venues:

Friday, Feb 21, 7:00 pm

Partners in Performance, Columbia, KY
Golijov, Janacek, Debussy, Britten, Shostakovich with Amy Yang, piano. Presented by Partners in Performance and Lindsey Wilson College
For more information, please visit the Lindsey Wilson College website.


Monday, February 24, 6:30pm, New York, NY
with Robin Scott, violin, Mark Holloway, viola, and Doris Konig piano
works including Debussy Cello Sonata and trios by Beethoven and Taneyev
Omega Ensemble Benefit
The Racquet and Tennis Club, New York
For more information, please visit the Omega Ensemble website.


Friday, February 28, 7:30pm, Chicago, IL
LINES Ballet at Harris Theater
with Edgar Meyer, bass, Rob Moose, violin, and Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet.
For more information, please visit the Harris Theater website.


This year Gabriel was thrilled to be invited to perform twice in Philadelphia. On January 20, he made his Philadelphia Orchestra debut as soloist for José Bragato’s Graciela y Buenos Aires. This performance was part of the orchestra’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute Concert at the Girard College Chapel, and was conducted by Cristian Macelaru. And on February 2, he performed at the World Cafe Live, in a performance featuring Cloe Felesina of BalletX. The program included works by Britten, Golijov, and Bach.