Below are the guest musicians for our 2023 – 2024 symphony concerts.
American violinist Andrew Sords has a celebrated career as a soloist on 4 continents and in performances with his trio. Having appeared with nearly 300 orchestras, Sords has been cited for combining visceral virtuosity with a ravishing tone, while international critics endorse Sords as “a fully formed artist” (Kalisz-Poland News), “utterly radiant” (Canada’s Arts Forum), and “exceptionally heartfelt and soulful” (St. Maarten’s Daily Herald). Read More
Eric was born and raised in Albany, NY but relocated to Cleveland in 2014. He grew up singing with his family at church functions and gradually developed his love of music, picking up the guitar at age 10. Eric started doing theater in high school and continued through college. He is a regular performer at Rabbit Run, most recently playing “Billy Crocker” in Anything Goes. You may also recognize him from A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder or Titanic the Musical. Read More
Taylor was raised in Chardon, OH. Her love of music started at a young age, singing in several choirs, and playing bass guitar with different bands and praise teams. This passion for music blossomed into a love of musical theater. She has since been seen on stage at Rabbit Run Theater, most recently in Anything Goes, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and Titanic the Musical. Taylor also serves as the Musical Director for Beachwood High School’s theater program. Read More
J.c. Sherman has been called a “Jack of all Brass.”
As a concert soloist, J.c. has traveled nationally and internationally with his tuba. Regionally, Sherman has performed with every major ensemble in Northeast and North Central Ohio on a full cornucopia of brass instruments. In addition, he performs on his serpent, ophicleide, natural horn, and other antique instruments throughout the region and nationally. Read More