• The Sultry, Enchanting and Brilliant Amanda Forsyth

    As quick to laugh as she is quick to judge, mostly herself, Amanda Forsyth is a dedicated musician, creative artist, stylish beauty, and engaging personality....

  • Travails of Travel with a Cello

    Don’t tell Pinchas Zukerman, but Amanda Forsyth has another man in her life. His name is Carlo. He’s Italian, 300 years old, about four feet tall and made of wood.

  • A Night To Remember

    OTTAWA (Canada) – It was an early birthday celebration for acclaimed as both soloist and chamber musician, Juno Award-winning cellist Amanda Forsyth, principal cellist with the National Arts Centre Orchestra for about 14 years. She performed a rich rendering of Grutzmacher’s arrangement of Boccherini’s cello Concerto No. 9. She played back-to-back evening concerts October 10 and 11th at Ottawa’s Southam Hall to a sold out packed and very appreciative audiences.

  • The Sensuous Cellist

    What with her out-on-a-limb fashion sense, her romance with conductor-boss Pinchas Zukerman, and her kick-ass karate chops, drop-dead blonde Amanda Forsyth is not your standard classical musician.

  • Music so beautiful it hurts

    What better setting than the newly re-designed Art Gallery of Alberta for a recital from two of Canada’s top classical performers? And a homecoming no less. It is not too often that Amanda Forsyth and Angela Cheng are able to perform together in the city where they both grew up.

  • Forsyth’s Electra Rising Electric

    Looking every bit the Greek goddess with her golden hair and the Mediterranean brightness of her flowing sapphire blue gown, Canadian cellist Amanda Forsyth played Electra Rising at the final concert of Symphony Nova Scotia’s current season in the Cohn on Tuesday night.