The new record ‘Patterns in a Chromatic Field', dedicated to the cello work of Morton Feldman, allow us to discover one of the most original and enigmatic musics of the repertoire. Composed the same year as the well-known ‘Triadic memories' (1981) and 10 years after the famous ‘Rothko Chapel' (1971), ‘Patterns in a chromatic field' is one of the masterpieces of the cello and piano repertoire from the second half of the 20th century.
The Flemish violoncellist Arne Deforce is known for the interiority and the exceptional emotional quality of his interpretations. After his studies at the Conservatorium of Ghent and Brussels, Arne Deforce specialised in the historic avant-garde of the 20th century. Since then, he has a made a name for himself as active ambassador of the contemporary repertoire for cello.