"... Toke Møldrup is one of the young recipients of the Jacob Gade Prize. And this weekend he played cello! Møldrup, 24, stepped in to cover for an absent colleague - and rescued Saturday's concert at Fredens Church. Together with Copenhagen Soloists he played Haydn's First Cello Concerto with great conviction and seemed extremely well prepared. And when another colleague called in sick, Møldrup also rescued Sunday's chamber concert at the National Museum, this time as a member of the Paizo Quartet. The four strings' interpretation of Mozart's "Dissonance" Quartet was simply brilliant.
There are no superfluous notes in this musician. The music is alive every second - moving up or down, to and fro. No two notes sound the same. This is how music should always be played ..."
Busy weekend for brilliant young cellist
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