Camerata Chamber Orchestra featuring Hitomi Ono, flute, and Percussion Ensemble

MPAC stage side
Silver Hall
Tuesday, November 22, 2022

7:30 PM
Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall
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Event Details/Summary

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Chamber orchestra with flute solo and an impressive showcase of percussion.

David Ellis, Director, Camerata Chamber Orchestra
Matthew Larson, Director, Percussion Ensemble


Hitomi Ono, flute, Concerto Competition Winner

Hitomi Ono, flute, Concert Competition Winner

Hitomi Ono, a double major in Biochemistry and Music, studies flute with Heidi Ruby-Kushious (CIM). Originally from Chicago, she has participated in several competitions and was a member of the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra. During her spare time she likes to meditate and looks forward to visiting Japan in the summertime. After graduation, Hitomi hopes to continue playing flute and participate in a community music group. She would like to thank her Joint Music Program instructor, Heidi Ruby-Kushious, for advancing her musical skills and understanding of music.

CWRU Percussion Ensemble in MPAC Silver Hall with Lenhart Legacy instruments
CWRU Percussion Ensemble in Silver Hall, MPAC

Silver Hall Concert Series

This performance is part of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall Concert Series. These events are free, but registration is required. Can't be with us in person? No problem! You can still join us via livestream. Reserve a Livestream ticket in advance or view the channel below on concert day. 

Live Stream in Silver Hall

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