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OMNI Ensemble Continues 31st Season Tonight

OMNI Ensemble Continues 31st Season Tonight

The OMNI Ensemble will continue its 31st season of concerts in the recital hall at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music this evening, March 1, 2014 at 8:00 pm. Music Director/Flutist David Wechsler and cellist Brian Snow welcome harpsichordist Rebecca Pechefsky, and violinists Antonia Nelson and Caroline Chin in a program featuring Baroque and contemporary music played on period instruments for half the concert. Music performed will be J.S. Bach's Trio Sonata in G major, François Couperin's Trio Sonata La Superbe, Antonio Vivaldi's Sonata in G, Olga Nazaykinskaya's Trio Sonata, Mark Janello's Six Harpsichord Miniatures, and David Wechsler's Carmela'a Blue Fit for alto flute, violin, viola and cello. Continuing as the chamber music group in residence at the Brooklyn Conservatory, the OMNI Ensemble continues to perform concerts of enormous variety all designed to provide their audience with a musical diversity not ordinarily encountered by one chamber music group. Throughout the season they perform in the recital hall at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.

This Saturday evening concert is being streamed live at this webpage: www.bqcm.org/live

Click on 'Upcoming Shows' and pick the one for March 1, OMNI Ensemble. A little button will say "Watch Live!"

Tickets at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music are $15.00, $10.00 for students and senior citizens. Admission to the College of Staten Island concert is free. Tickets for BCM are available in advance or at the door prior to the performance. For direct purchase of tickets on line please visit our web site: www.theomniensemble.org or purchase directly from Ticketleap: http://brooklynconservatory.ticketleap.com/omni-ensemble/

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