Project Art presents musicians from New York City at noon Monday, April 29, in the Colloton Pavilion Lobby (Elevator F, Level 1).
Stuart Breczinski is a New York-based oboist, improviser, composer, and educator whose early interest in making unusual sounds on the oboe has developed into a passion for creating and sharing innovative audio with audiences of all backgrounds.
Faculty of many prestigious preforming arts schools, violinist Danielle Farina, enjoys a varied career as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician, teacher, and recording artist.
Acclaimed by The New York Times as “riveting violinist,” Anna Elashvili appeared as a soloist, chamber musician, and concertmaster around the world.
First Prize winner of the 2013 Ima Hogg Competition, Clarinetist, Moran Katz, also received the Audience Choice Prize as well as the Artistic Encouragement Prize voted on by the Houston Symphony musicians.
Double bassist, Mark Bernat, has appeared in major concert halls in the United States, Europe, Israel, and China. Bernat’s recordings were hailed as a landmark achievement for the double bass and featured on NPR’s Morning Edition.