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Inbal Segev stands in front of a brick wall wearing a blue sequined gown, with her cello case leaning against her.

2020 OK Electric Festival 

On March 5, Inbal Segev performs at the OK Electric Festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Presented by Living Arts of Tulsa, the 2020 OK Electric Festival features two programs of compositions that combine electric and acoustic instruments. The first program, performed by by Dave Broome, Annie Ellicott, and friends, explores the differences in digital, pre-recorded, and...

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Inbal Segev wears a black velvet top and rests her hand against her face with her eyes closed and her hair flowing behind her.

2020 Spring Concert Preview

UPDATE 3/12: Please note that due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Howland Chamber Music Circle has announced the cancellation of all upcoming concerts.  UPDATE 3/11: Please note that due to the coronavirus outbreak, the University of Southern California has announced the cancellation of the 2020 Piatigorsky International Cello Festival, originally scheduled to take place March 13-22. ...

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Inbal Segev stands against a dark backdrop wearing a flowing red gown and resting her cello against her side.

Timo Andres’ “Upstate Obscura” with the Cincinnati Symphony

On November 22, Inbal Segev gave her debut performance with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, performing Timo Andres’ Upstate Obscura under the baton of conductor André de Ridder. Co-curated by Andres, the program, named “American Perspectives,” included works by Charles Ives, Tania León, and Robin Holcomb, as well as traditional folk tunes, and Andres’ own Upstate Obscura....

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