Already an accomplished cellist, CCM doctoral candidate Carmine Miranda (BA, 2010; MM, 2012) is now making his professional solo recording debut!
Two years ago, Miranda recorded Bach’s six solo suites for cello at age 22. Now, his recording is being released under Centaur Records, and is already available digitally on iTunes, Amazon and elsewhere.
Miranda began his music studies at age seven in Venezuela, came through the Simon Bolivar Conservatory of Music, the University of Miami Florida, and has been studying under CCM professor of violoncello Yehuda Hanani. Miranda’s recording project turned into a collaborative CCM effort, engineered by current composition student Charles Rudig and mastered by recent alumnus Charles Peck (MM, 2012).
According to Miranda’s recording philosophy, his album was produced without any form of digital editing. You can hear the impressive results in iTunes and see some more of his brilliant playing on his YouTube channel.