What a brilliant cellist! I've known her good work from "Aviv Quartet" as a team player, but this album features her as a most wonderful soloist. The good choice of pieces emphasizes her talented performance and the great sound she has... It feels just as if she sat in my room (I guess that's where the name of the album comes from) and it gripped me right from the first note. To me, this is definitely the best discovery of the year.
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