The Yale Cellos can be heard on the recording Cellists from Yale issued in Brazil by Phonodisc and The Yale Cellos Play Favorites on Delos International. Bach/Bachianas, also on Delos, received a Grammy nomination in 1988. For Albany Records, they recorded music of Ezra Laderman, Three Works Written for Aldo Parisot. In 2002 L'art du violoncelle, was released by Calliope Records. Cello, Celli, released by Naxos in 2006, features works by J.S. Bach and Dave Brubeck.
Aldo Parisot directs the Yale Cellos in Yale's
Sprague Hall, above, and Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall, below. Right, the Cellos with composer Dave Brubeck.
Aldo Parisot formed the renowned Yale Cellos in 1983. The ensemble performed at the Beauvais Festival in France in 1999 and 2001, and gave its Carnegie Hall debut in April 1998. In May of 2005, Mr. Parisot and the Yale Cellos toured Korea to great acclaim. Their performance in Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall in 2009, in honor of Parisot's 50 years on the faculty of The Yale School of Music, was sold out and hailed by the New York Times among other publications.