Robert Cohen

Concert Cellist

For 35 years one of the worlds leading cello soloist and now member of the Fine Arts Quartet, Robert Cohen is an award-winning recording artist, conductor, artistic director and pedagogue who has been broadcast on TV and radio throughout the world. His passionate views on the art of learning, performing and communicating music have been widely published.

Wolfgang Gauch

We talk every month with cellist Robert Cohen of the Fine Arts Quartet, in a series of conversations called On That Note.

Cohen is recently back from London, and this month, he discusses the physical toll of being a professional touring musician, and whether there is regimen to follow to withstand that toll and still perform at your best:

Lake Effect contributor Robert Cohen is an award-winning recording artist, conductor, artistic director and cellist for the Fine Arts Quartet. 

Wolfgang Gauch

On Lake Effect's monthly On That Note segment, award-winning recording artist, conductor, artistic director and cellist Robert Cohen has discussed what goes into creating and maintaining a high level career in classical music. He's discussed choosing a cello and a bow, the challenges in transporting such a valuable instrument internationally, and what kind of preparation goes into each performance.

CPS

Every month, Lake Effect talks with cellist Robert Cohen of the internationally acclaimed Fine Arts Quartet about music and musicianship.

Christine Lalla

Every month, Lake Effect​'s Bonnie North chats about music with internationally renowned cellist Robert Cohen.

Wolfgang Gauch

Lake Effect's monthly On That Note series with contributor and cellist Robert Cohen examines the life of a working, professional, classical musician.

Christine Lalla

Lake Effect's monthly On That Note series with contributor and cellist Robert Cohen examines the life of a working, professional, classical musician.

CPS

The travel involved in being a touring musician might sound glamorous and exotic, but the reality is far more mundane. 

Wolfgang Gauch

Today, we launch a new series on Lake Effect, called “On That Note.”

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