Professor of North
The cellist Eugene Osadchy is recognized as "one of the most refined and balanced performers" by the New York Times and has been called "a musician elite" by the Vancouver Sun.
Newsday writes that it is "a solo with a clearly defined musical personality" and is characterized by its "extraordinary performances" by the Dallas Morning News. "Mr. Osadchy has a very rich tone and faithful representative of the great classical tradition," says The New York Sun.
Currently professor of cello at the University of North Texas, Eugene Osadchy is the principal cellist of the Symphony Orchestra of Plano and the Dallas Chamber Orchestra. It is also Artistic Advisor Cycle Chamber Music Vetta in Vancouver, Canada.
Besides being an active concert pianist, it offers master classes in Canada, the United States, Europe, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and South Africa. He has performed at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, and the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto. In addition, Mr. Osadchy makes frequent appearances in the series Bargemusic in New York, Autumn Classic series in Anchorage, International Chamber Music in Dallas, the International Niagara Music Festival in Canada and the Summit Festival in New York.
He has participated in numerous festivals around the world including festivals in Amsterdam and Groningen in the Netherlands, the Music Festival of Stellenbosch in South Africa, Famalicao Music Festival in Portugal, the Music Cycle Vetta Chamber in Vancouver (where previously served as Artistic Director), Music in Blair Athol in Scotland, the Castel Festival di Franko Veneto in Italy, the Mozart Festival in Woodstock Illinois and Vancouver, Victoria, Banff, Seattle, Sitka, Durango, the Mozart Festival in Long Island, New York and Music Festivals in Maui.
Other musical credits include Mr. Osadchy recordings with the CBC Radio Orchestra, which have received numerous Juno Awards - the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy. He has composed two movie soundtracks and has several CDs on the label Melodia with his own compositions and arrangements. Mr. Osadchy has 60 assembly arranged for cellos. Over the past nine years, Mr. Osadchy has presented its Annual Cello Clinic in North Texas. It has been praised by critics for his recent CD "Russian Romances" at Seafair-Bolo with pianist Anastasia Markina.