Though they had hundreds -- even thousands -- of disciples, cellists Rostropovich and Piatigorsky shared only one student: Mischa Maisky. Even back then, the two rivals for the "Greatest Cellist of the 20th Century" title both agreed that Maisky was a player of rare promise and beauty. Now, decades later, after more than 30 recordings with the world's most prestigious orchestras, including the Vienna, Berlin and Israeli Philharmonics, Maisky has exceeded his teachers' already lofty expectations. Named an elite Deutsche Grammophon artist, this native Latvian comes to the Great Hall of the Valley Performing Arts Center to play Beethoven, Britten and a suite of Russian Romances. Don't miss a rare opportunity to hear the man who just might be the Greatest Cellist of the 21st
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