Instrument: Daniel Stadlmann, Vienna, 1730.
Meg Brennand is known for her work on both modern and baroque cello. She is cellist with the critically acclaimed Onyx Chamber Players, based in Seattle and Chicago. Meg is also adjunct professor of cello at Seattle Pacific University and a member of the Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra. She has performed with Baroque orchestras in Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver, BC and she was a founding musician of Gallery Concerts, specializing in 18th century chamber music on period instruments. An avid chamber music performer, she has performed throughout the Northwest, including Bloedel, Jacobsen, Second City, Mostly Nordic, Belle Arte, Camerata, First Sundays, La Conner. Brennand is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music. She has recorded with SBO for NPR, Wild Boar, and Centaur. Meg is proud to be a stage III cancer survivor and she is overjoyed to be performing again with SBO.