Musicians

David Cerutti Viola



Helicon Performances

Symposium 107 - Mozart and Haydn
Symposium 100 - Symphonic Chamber Music
Symposium 96 - The Schubert Octet
Symposium 94 - Mendelssohn Octet
Symposium 88 - Mozart Quintets
Symposium 86 - Verklärte Nacht
Symposium 73 - Fauré
Symposium 57 - BRAHMS and DVORAK
Symposium 44 - A SCHUBERTIADE
Symposium 35 - BACH
Symposium 26 - Haydn String Quartets
Symposium 24 - Bach in Cöthen
Symposium 21 - A Haydn Symphony

David Cerutti performs internationally as violist and violist d’amore. A resident of New York, he is co-principal violist with the Orchestra of St. Luke's and member of the St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble.  He appears regularly in the U.S. and abroad with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Orpheus, and has been a guest soloist on the Double Exposure series at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.

 
A former member of the Smithson String Quartet, he is a founding member of the Serenade Orchestra, Trigon, and has been guest artist with the Brentano String Quartet, the Cygnus Ensemble, and the Elements Quartet. He collaborated with members of Archibudelli on a recording of the Mendelssohn and Gade string octets, for the Sony Classical label. His unedited performance of Bach’s Sixth Brandenburg Concerto was chosen by National Public Radio as one of seven best live recordings of Bach from “Performance Today,” and was subsequently released as a CD.
 
In spring of 2012 he will be featured on viola d'amore in the Metropolitan Opera's production of Leos Janacek's The Makropoulos Case