Music Without Quarantine – An Interview with Dana Zemtsov

Dana Zemtsov - Michael ThalliumThis is the interview no. 8 of the series “Music connects People” on Music Without Quarantine. The seven previous interviews were with the Spanish harpsichordist Diego Ares, with the American bass & lutenist Joel Frederiksen, with the German cellist Benedict Klöckner, with the Peruvian pianist & bandoneonist Claudio Constantini, with the sisters and pianists Danae & Kiveli Doerken, with the Ukrainian and great pianist Anna Fedorova and with the Mexican composer based in Boston José Elizondo. Now it’s the turn of a great violist, one of her kind: Dana Zemtsov. Dana was born to a family of musicians of Russian origin in which viola plays a very important role. Dana, however, was born in Mexico. She has travelled and played music in many countries. Multilingual and a woman of great artistic talent (not only musical), for those of you who don’t know her yet, this interview is the perfect starting point to do so. Dana has played with different internationally renowned artists and also is committed to the dissemination of chamber music by Mexican composers. In June 2020 an album with the pianist Anna Fedorova on Channel Classics is to be released. I strongly recommend it: Silhouettes, music of French composers for viola and piano. Here you are the interview. Enjoy it!:

Interview with Dana Zemtsov

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