Welcome to Opus Cello!
Since 2013, Opus Cello is bringing new quality repertoire to cellists all over the world.
Its music was performed by cellists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Gautier Capuçon, Kian Soltani, Brannon Cho, Ivan Monighetti, Sol Gabetta, Liwei Qin, Young Song, Frans Helmerson and by cello ensembles such as Cello Octet Amsterdam, the Boston Cello Quartet, O-Celli, the Galvin Cello Quartet, PlaCello Ensemble, The 4 Cellists, the Bolshoi Theatre Cello Quartet, L'Orchestre de Violoncelles and the cello sections of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Orchestre de Paris, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, New World Symphony, Sinfonia Varsovia, and Wurttembergisches Kammerorchester.
Our arrangements are written by Blaise Dejardin (Principal Cellist, Boston Symphony Orchestra), Aurelien Sabouret (Principal Cellist, Paris National Opera Orchestra), Sebastien Walnier (Principal Cellist, La Monnaie National Opera Orchestra), Renaud Guieu (Cellist, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio-France) and James Barralet (Freelance Cellist, UK).
While the original website www.opuscello.com still offers exclusively PDF downloads, Opus Cello grew quickly into a recognized sheet music publishing company distributed by the best sheet music stores in both the USA and Europe. The deluxe editions are printed in the USA and are created with minute attention to details, from the size of the music to the page-turns and the high quality of the paper.
Confirming the merit of its success among cellists, the inventory of Opus Cello was praised by the Press (Strad Magazine, Gramophone Magazine, Strings Magazine, Violin Channel) and received 6 ASCAP Plus Awards (2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2019, 2022).
In 2019, Opus Cello released its first album "MOZART New Cello Duos" featuring cellists Blaise Dejardin (BSO) and Kee-Hyun Kim (Parker String Quartet). 2022 saw the release of the book "AUDITION DAY, Your Guide for a Successful Orchestral Cello Audition" by Blaise Déjardin.