Hailed by the Alex Ross and The New Yorker for his “flawless technique and keen musicality,” cellist Coleman Itzkoff enjoys a diverse career as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, and educator. Itzkoff has been a featured Artist-in-Residence on American Public Media’s Performance Today and has soloed with numerous orchestras across the nation. Recently, Coleman gave his acclaimed Walt Disney Hall concerto debut as soloist in Tan Dun’s epic “Heaven, Earth and Mankind”. A passionate proponent of contemporary music, he is a founding member of the interdisciplinary ensemble AMOC, the American Modern Opera Company. Coleman is a sought after chamber musician and has performed with such distinguished artists as Pamela Frank, Shmuel Ashkenasi, Roger Tapping, David Finckel, Johannes Moser, and Peter Frankl.
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