Cellist Brian Snow enjoys an active career performing music of various styles in and around New York City. He has performed with the Emerson String Quartet, Mark Morris Dance group, Meredith Monk, Alarm Will Sound, and the All-American Rejects, and is a member of Newspeak Ensemble, the Manhattan Chamber Players, and Ashmont Hill Chamber Music (Boston). As a soloist, he has performed with the Riverside Orchestra (NYC), the Crescent City Symphony (New Orleans), the Longy Chamber Orchestra, and the Hartt Symphony, and has won top prizes in the Paranov, Longy Concerto Soloists, and Emerson String Quartet Competitions. Currently a DMA candidate at SUNY Stony Brook where he studies with Colin Carr, Brian also holds a MM from Yale, where he studied with Aldo Parisot and was featured on “Cello, Celli,” a recent CD release on Naxos by the Yale Cellos. He has been a regular guest with some of New York’s most prominent contemporary music ensembles, including ACME, Alarm Will Sound, and Manhattan Sinfonietta, and has premiered numerous works by composers such as Richard Wernick, Alexandra DuBois, and Nico Muhly.

The Music playing is Elliott Carter’s Figment 1 for Solo Cello

Brian Snow

The OMNI Ensemble is pleased to welcome Brian Snow as its new cellist.