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The African Cellist - Dave Loew


Sun 30 Aug 2015, 1:30pm–3:30pm

Where: Balmain Library, 370 Darling Street, Balmain, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


Listed by: daveloew7

Dave Loew is an International cellist spanning a forty year career performing in Australia and Britain with his albums selling in numerous countries around the world.

DAVE has played the cello (which became a lifelong love and passion) from the age of six in one of the world's toughest industries, that of a solo performer on commercial records. His many genres of music are drawn from his exotic family legacy of classical, jazz and dance artists. Dave's formative 'cello days were spent in Kenya, his birthplace near the Serengeti plains and the vibrant sounds of animal wildlife, both his parents were show business star personalities in London's West End,who had migrated from a blitzed wartime London to start a new life in Nairobi.

Dave has now released five top selling albums; his latest is The Beatles and Friends, along with the Dave Loew Collection also offering Romance of The Cello; At the Movies and Classical Cello.

DAVE has worked with many top London ensembles including the London Symphony Orchestra where Andre Previn acclaimed his solo playing for Previn's world premiere of the musical Every Good Boy. He has also played in numerous, famous recording studios such as Abbey Road ,on major classical and pop albums over the years working with legends such as Elton John, Cliff Richard, Petula Clark, David Essex and opera stars such as Pavarotti, Sutherland and Caballe. He has also played solo 'cello for shows in the West End and Australia, such as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats and Song and Dance , for which he was lauded for his solo playing. Extensive playing was also part of Dave's kaleidoscope of experience working for film moguls such as John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Henry Mancini and Roy Budd on such iconic movies as the original Superman, The Omen, Victor Victoria, James Bond, The 39 Steps, and many more.