November 3, 2019 — The Omni Quartet with special guest, Frank Rosenwein, oboe
“A model of perfection, teeming with flawless intonation, impeccable ensemble and interpretive taste and intelligence.” -Guytano Parks, clevelandclassical
A program of compelling quartets by W.A. Mozart, Benjamin Britten, and Robert Schumann
The Omni Quartet, comprised of Amy Lee and Alicia Koelz, violins, Wesley Collins, guest viola, and Tanya Ell, cello, are all members of The Cleveland Orchestra. Formed in 2009, they have toured the world's greatest venues as members of the orchestra, including Carnegie Hall, the Edinburgh Festival, Vienna's Musikverein, The Kennedy Center, and the Salzburg Festival. Each member of the group brings a seasoned career to the mix, striving to give concert goers a more personal experience of what individual musicians in the Cleveland Orchestra are all about: getting to the heart of the music and communicating it to the listener with a legacy of precision that has been handed down for generations. Frank Rosenwein joined The Cleveland Orchestra as principal oboe at the beginning of the 2005-06 season. An avid chamber musician, Rosenwein is a regular presence at the Marlboro Festival and has performed with the Mainly Mozart Festival in San Diego, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and Seattle Chamber Music Society.
All of our concerts start at 5pm on Sundays at Christ Church Episcopal in downtown Hudson • Pre-concert chat with the artists at 4:30pm • Reception features follow, included in price of ticket • Single tickets $20 available starting September 1 • Season subscription tickets $15 • Ages 18-25 special new discount rate $10 • Under 18 always free • Students of all ages free with ID