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Hudson -- Music from The Western Reserve is back for their final concert of the 2016-2017 season featuring The Omni Quartet, members of the illustrious Cleveland Orchestra. When performing as The Omni Quartet, they honor chamber music in its purest form by rendering the emotional multitudes of a full orchestra into an experience that is at once intimate and immediate.
Together they will be in concert on April 9 at Christ Church Episcopal in Hudson.
The Omni Quartet, composed of founder Amy Lee, violin, Alicia Koelz, violin, Joanna Zakany, 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.
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.
This versatile group plays concerts regularly in the greater Cleveland area, as well as branching off to do innovative concerts in alternative venues, from playing at Cleveland's Happy Dog to playing in the Hall of Mirrors at the Primate's Palace for the Ambassador of Bratislava.
As Music from The Western Reserve's final concert of the season, it will be a concert not to be missed!
Be sure to spend your evening with Music from The Western Reserve on Sunday, April 9, 2017, at 5 p.m. This concert is at Christ Church Episcopal located at 21 Aurora St. in Hudson. Tickets are available by calling 330-840-8429, emailing email@example.com, or at the door on the night of the concert.
Tickets can also be purchased at The Learned Owl Book Shop at 204 N. Main St., Hudson, by calling 330-653-2252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Single ticket prices are $18 for general admission and free for students. The ticket price includes an artist receptio.
For more details, visit www.mftwr.org.