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This list provides updates on activity for both the 'MOTO PERPETUO' CD and individually for Three Pieces for Solo Cello; (The Night is for Stillness, Moto Perpetuo, To Reflect in a Quiet Spot) since the MP3 and CDs were released...

15.02.13Naxos USA announced the CD NV5901 link
28.02.13     Advance copies of CD received from USA.
05.03.13Navona release the sales sheet for Moto Perpetuo - Moving Works for Cello. PDF
19.03.13Artwork is prepared for the April issue of Rhinegold's Classical Music magazine. PDF
21.03.13Web reviewer Infodad.com has reviewed the CD. Andrew "...March’s Three Pieces for Solo Cello is primarily interested in the instrument’s dusky hue and its capabilities of communicating thoughtfulness, especially in the last and longest piece, “To Reflect in a Quiet Spot.”..."
26.03.13Official release day for Moto Perpetuo. (Link to Amazon.co.uk)
Link to Navona album page.
The Moto Perpetuo album has been reviewed in a very positive vein by Robert Hugill.  "...A slow haunting piece similar in tone to the first movement, again we have a fine singing line, with lovely expressive playing from Marinescu."   Link to Review
26.06.13Gramophone USA publishes a review of the CD in their July edition:  "Andrew March's Three Pieces for Solo Cello, whose 'Moto Perpetuo' movement gives the disc its title, portrays the instrument as a moody and nimble philosopher." Link to Review
28.06.13Cellist Ovidiu Marinescu talks to Gramophone USA about the cello CD:  "All the composers on the disc are American, bar one...  Andrew March is from the UK and he wrote Three Pieces for Solo Cello particularly for me. My Bach Cello Suites recording inspired him to write music for cello with me in mind and he sent a movement to the label..."   Link to article
21.06.13An Italian website releases a positive review of Moto Perpetuo: "...i tre pezzi per violoncello solo di A. March e la sonata per violoncello e pianoforte di A. Gottschalk. Qui ad essere integrati sono non solo consonanza e dissonanza, ma anche scrittura e improvvisazione, con effetti di variegata alternanza di intimità e tumultuosità espressiva." Link
Concert at West Chester University, Pennsylvania. Ovidiu Marinescu performed Three Pieces for Solo Cello.
MOTO PERPETUO was reviewed on Gapplegate Classical-Modern Music review. "You may not be familiar with all the composers, but they do represent a cross-section of those writing interesting music today. There are works by Andrew March, Greg Bartholomew, Alan Beeler (with three works/suites), Bill Sherrill, Arthur Gottschalk, and Nicholas Anthony Ascioti."
Klassikaraadio, Estonia's main State-run classical station has broadcast the whole of the Moto Perpetuo album between 11:05 am and 12:15 pm on Monday 11th November 2013. PDF
15.10.13Live concert at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie, on 15th October 2013. The programme was formed of the repertoire from the album and included Andrew's 'Three Pieces for Solo Cello' performed by Ovidiu Marinescu.  [Images shows Andrew with composer Nicholas Ascoti during rehearsals.]