After an unusual upbringing - born in Sweden of Sephardi/Turkish origins, with French as her first language - Carole Cerasi has been based in London since 1982. Her playing, like her background, resists being easily placed in any category.
She has long been recognised as having a special affinity with the French clavecinistes, while her repertoire extends from the English virginalists through all the national styles to the early sonatas of Haydn and Beethoven, which she performs on fortepiano.
She first… read more
|1||Sonata for Harpsichord in E Minor W65/5 H 13: II. Siciliano||186 listeners|
|2||Suite No.3 in g minor BWV808 pt6||170 listeners|
|3||Suite in G Major: II. Courande||158 listeners|
|4||Suite No.1 in A major BWV806 pt5||128 listeners|
|5||Suite in C Minor: III. Sarabanda||116 listeners|
|6||Sonata in C Major, W65/47 H248: I. Allegro||87 listeners|
|7||Suite in G Major: IV. Gigue||78 listeners|
|8||Sonata for Harpsichord in E Minor, W62/12 H66: IV. Menuet I, II, III||74 listeners|
|9||Suite No.1 in A major BWV806 pt2||71 listeners|
|10||Sonata for Harpsichord in E Minor, W62/12 H66: II. Courante||68 listeners|