ECCO plays Penderecki's Sinfonietta for Strings (Vivace)





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Uploaded on Jun 3, 2009

In 2001, a group of exciting young string players envisioned the creation of a conductor-less chamber orchestra, based upon democratic principles, whose focus is to be purely on music-making. This organic approach, passion, and commitment resulted in the creation of ECCO (short for East Coast Chamber Orchestra ). Its members are some of the most talented young chamber musicians, soloists (many of them making appearances with such orchestras as Chicago and Philadelphia), and principals in major American orchestras. Translating this diversity of experience and virtuosity into a unified ensemble approach, ECCO combines the strength and power of an orchestral ensemble with the personal, intimate nature of chamber music.
VIOLINS: Annaliesa Place, Tai Murray, Jessica Lee, Meg Freivogel, Nick Kendall, John Marcus, Jonathan Chu, Nelosn Lee. VIOLAS: Beth Guterman, Jonathan Vinocour, Maurycy Banaszek, Melissa Reardon. CELLOS: Dan McDonough, Earl Lee, Na-Young Baek. BASSES: Nate Farrington, Tom Van Dyck. OBOES: James Austin Smith, Nick Masterson. FRENCH HORNS: Adam Krauthamer, Paul LaFollette
LIVE PERFORMANCE at Seton Hall University's 2009 Arts Council Concert Series at the South Orange Performing Arts Center

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