Maxine In the lilacs

Albany Records:

Allen Shawn, Cello Sonata, with Allen Shawn (2004 release).

Allen Shawn, Cabaret Music for Violin, Cello, Clarinet, Piano.

Arnold Rosner, Cello Sonata, Opus 40, with Joan Stein.


Suzanne Vega album.


Claremont Duo, Histoires. Solo CD.

Claremont Duo, Divertimento. Solo CD.


Robert Schumann, Cello Concerto. Eduard Melkus, conductor.

Biddulph Records:

Ernest Chausson, Concerto for Violin, Piano & String Quartet.


Kizu, in collaboration with Evan Lurie.

Cynical Hysterie Hour, Japanese video, in collaboration with John Zorn.

Best Wishes, improvised electric and acoustic cello, with Hajime Mizoguchi.


6 recordings with Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Gerard Schwartz, Pinchas Zuckerman, Jean-Pierre Rampal, conductors.

Trios by Stefan Wolpe, Raoul Pleskow, Charles Wuorinen. Contemporary Trio.


Virgil Thomson, Chamber Works

Vivian Fine, “Missa Brevis” for 4 Celli and Taped Voice

Matthew Greenbaum, “Chamber Music”. Contemporary Trio.

Stefan Wolpe, Symphony. Arthur Weisberg, conductor.


Renée Fleming, Bel Canto. 2003 Grammy Award Winner Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Patrick Summers, conductor. (289 467 101-2)

ECM New Series:

John Cage The Seasons (#1696) American Composers’ Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, conductor.


Rodgers & Hammerstein, “Carousel”. Eric Stern, conductor.


J.S.Bach, 2nd Gamba Sonata, with Joan Stein.

Ludwig van Beethoven, 4th Sonata, with Rainer Hoffmann.

Ludwig van Beethoven, 5th Sonata, with Joan Stein.

Ernest Bloch, 3rd Suite for solo cello.

Noel da Costa, 5 Verses with Vamps, with Rainer Hoffmann.

Vivian Fine, Sonata (1988), with Rainer Hoffmann.

Peter Golub, Cantabile for solo cello.

Paul Hindemith, 3 Pieces, with Rainer Hoffmann.

Meyer Kupferman, 4 Pieces, with Rainer Hoffmann.

Felix Mendelssohn, Song without Words, with Joan Stein.


Works by Amy Beach, Ruth Schonthal, Lucie Vellère, Sarah Aderholdt. Crescent String Quartet.

London Argo:

Music of William Bolcom, American Composers’ Orchestra. (433 077-2)

Fantasia Concertante, Symphony #5, Violin Concerto. Sergiu Luca, violin; Dennis Russell Davies, conductor.

Chinary Ung, Inner Voices. (444 560-2)

Lou Harrison, Suite for Symphonic Strings.

Colin McPhee, Tabuh-Tabuhan.

American Composers’ Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, conductor.

Roger Sessions, Symphonies #6, 7, 9. (444 519-2) American Composers’ Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, conductor.

Musical Heritage:

Chamber works of Aaron Copland, St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble.


Co-Principal Cello, John Adams “Nixon in China”. 1990 Grammy Award
Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Edo de Waart, conductor.

Samuel Barber “Knoxville: Summer of 1915”. Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Dawn Upshaw, soprano.

Ingram Marshall “Kingdom Come” (79613-2) American Composers’ Orchestra, Paul Dunkel, conductor.

Philip Glass the CIVIL wars – ACT V (79487-2) American Composers’ Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, conductor.

Opus One:

Bennington Cello Quartet. Works by Grazyna Bacewicz, Alexandre Tansman, Allen Shawn, John Hendrick, Tina Davidson.

Frank Martin, Ballade for Cello and Piano. Frank Martin, Chaconne for Cello and Piano.

Allen Shawn, Clarinet Trio.

Vivian Fine, Fantasy for Cello and Piano. Jeffrey Levine, Variations Romanesca for Cello Solo.

Lionel Nowak, Second Cello Sonata. Arnold Rosner, Cello Sonata, Opus 40.

John Donald Robb, Quartets #1 & 2. Crescent Quartet.

John King, String Quartet #2. Crescent Quartet. Tui St. George Tucker, String Quartet.


Ruth Schonthal, Sonata Concertante for Cello and Piano, with Joan Stein.


Scott Joplin, “Treemonisha”. Gunther Schuller, conductor. George Gershwin, “Porgy and Bess”. Recording with Houston Opera Company, John de Main, conductor. Beethoven, “Eroica” Symphony. Orchestra of St. Luke’s. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. George Gershwin, “Let ‘Em Eat Cake”. Orchestra of St. Luke’s. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor.

SONY Virgin:

KORA!, textured improvisation with Kora player from Bali. Seigen Ono, CD single, improvised with John Zorn and others.


Ernest Bloch, 2nd Suite for solo cello. Henry Eccles, Sonata in g, with Rainer Hoffmann. Antonio Vivaldi, Sonata in e, with Rainer Hoffmann.


Brahms, Sonata in e minor, with Rainer Hoffmann. Ernest Bloch, 1st Suite for solo cello.


Belmont Trio, “Á Trois”. Works by Bach, Piazzolla, Bizet, Gnattali, Boulanger, Rachmaninoff.


John Zorn Aporias – Requia for Piano and Orchestra. American Composers’ Orchestra, Stephen Drury, Dennis Russell Davies.


Peter Schickele, “Summer Trio”. Walden Trio. “PDQ Bach”, numerous recordings.