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Andrew Gilbertin "SF Classical Voice" 


ECHO Chamber Orchestra Brings the Sound of Brazil to Marin

The noble experiment that launched ECHO Chamber Orchestra continues to deliver the goods. Assembled in 2015 under the baton of Argentine-born conductor Daniel Canosa, the Marin-based ensemble has spent the past decade presenting well-conceived programs that push beyond the usual suspects, but the group’s second presentation since returning from the pandemic hiatus, “A Musical Promenade 2,” represented a graceful creative leap...

Abby Wasserman "Classical Sonoma"


Echos on a warm Summer Night

ECHO Chamber Orchestra’s first concert in a year and a half, “A Musical Promenade,” was a promenade indeed. When patrons arrived at San Anselmo’s First Presbyterian Church for the 6:00 performance July 10, they were funneled through the garden to the Duncan Hall patio, where folding chairs were set up helter-skelter for the first part of the program...

Abby Wasserman "Classical Sonoma"



ECHO Chamber Orchestra’s season opening concert Sept. 22 featured an ambitious program of four works, ranging from 1815 to the very present. Performed in the graceful high-vaulted First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo, the concert engaged rapt attention of the 70 attending. Conducted by Daniel Canosa, ECHO presents a single performance at each program and draws between 25 and 52 musicians from around the Bay Area, and the ensemble’s musical scope is far-reaching. 

Lily O'Brian "Marin Arts & Culture"


Music Expression

Daniel Canosa conducts with heart

Music in incredible. If you engage with it, it can penetrate your entire body, and go straight into your heart...and maybe into your soul. Live performances can have the most direct impact; singers and instrumentalists can send out vibrations in a room that are almost palpable...

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