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Sebastian Comberti was born in London of Italian/German parents. As a professional cellist of many years, he performs with many of London’s chamber orchestras and is active as a recitalist and chamber player. In 2001 he founded the Cello Classics recording label which has won international acclaim for its innovative programming. He has also worked as a voice-over artist, with roles including ‘lost boy’ in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and ‘lost cellist’ in The Madness of King George. He has also read Discover Music of the Baroque Era and Venice for Naxos AudioBooks.

Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Reader 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
MORRIS, J.: Venice (Abridged) Naxos AudioBooks
MORRIS, J.: Venice (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
UNGER-HAMILTON, C.: Discover Music of the Baroque Era (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
WHITFIELD, P.: History of Western Art (The) (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks

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