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London based artist & composer Peter Gregson releases his spellbinding performance recorded from the illustrious Capitol Studios in Hollywood, entitled: ‘An Evening at Capitol Studios'. Released via Deutsche Grammophon, Universal Music Group's prestigious Yellow Label, the performance features six performances from Gregson's 2018 release ‘Bach: The Cello Suites – Recomposed.
Filmed and recorded almost a year to the day, in January 2020 at the celebrated Capitol Studios at Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood where an endless name of legends once recorded in the same spot: Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, Nat King Cole and now, Peter Gregson. Watch Gregson's intricate and stunning playing alongside fellow cellists: Alisha Bauer, Mia Barcia-Colombo, Chris De Fazio, Mark Bassett and Joo Lee.
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