Canadian JUNO Award-winning Amanda Forsyth is considered one of North America’s most dynamic cellists. Her intense richness of tone, remarkable technique and exceptional musicality combine to enthrall audiences and critics alike. Ms.
Forsyth has achieved an international reputation as soloist and chamber musician. Through tours in Australia, South Africa, South America and Asia, as well as concerto performances in Europe and North America, including Carnegie Hall, she has performed Herbert Cello Concerto with San Carlo Orchestra in Naples, Italy, Shostakovich Concerto with Gyeonggi Philharmonic in Korea, and Beethoven Triple Concerto with the Israel Philharmonic and Adelaide Symphony. Brahms Double Concerto performances have taken her to Mumbai and Tel Aviv on live Medici TV with Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic, and to Spain and the United Kingdom with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Two works of Malcolm Forsyth, Elektra Rising and The Swan Sees his Reflection, were performed on tour in South Africa and at Cadogan Hall. A founding member of the Zukerman ChamberPlayers, she has toured with the Zukerman Trio in concerts around the globe.
Ms. Forsyth has several recordings to her credit including Brahms Double Concerto with Pinchas Zukerman on the Analekta label (2015).
Amanda Forsyth performs on a rare 1699 Italian cello by Carlo Giuseppe Testore.