Thank you for joining us in concert! And THANK YOU Greg and Jennifer for hosting our first house concert! We are in the midst of a fundraiser to record our debut CD. If you would like to support us in this endeavor, please click the 'Donate' button! Thanks! We will reward you with your own personal copy just as soon as we finish production!

Astor Piazzolla Lives Here! THE OBLIVION PROJECT is dedicated to the performance of the music of Astor Piazzolla. Over the past decade we have appeared in concert halls and jazz clubs for very enthusiastic audiences.

YES! YES! YES! Finally a project with Piazzolla's music with a strong character, taste, power, rhythmic definition. Modern, original, very well played, with great feeling. ” - bandoneonist/composer, Paolo Russo

Johnston made gleaming work of the ...violin part, leaping with dexterous assurance and finding the heart in lyrical passages.” - Donald Rosenberg, Cleveland Plain Dealer

Captures the soaring drama and sexual tension the music is all about.” - Detroit Metro Times

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In February of 2011 the ensemble made its orchestral debut with the Cleveland Pops in a sold-out Severance Hall. It has performed in a variety of venues; from opera houses to jazz clubs and art museums, most of which have led to repeat performances. Blending players from diverse musical backgrounds, the group has been called “a tight band of musical adventurers”.

THE OBLIVION PROJECT includes graduates of the Cleveland Institute of Music, the New England Conservatory, Oberlin Conservatory.

The group's backgrounds are diverse; it's singer is Venezuelan and performs regularly in cities such as New York City, Miami and Detroit. The pianist is a producer and jazz musician from Costa Rica living in New York City.

Oblivion Project performers have played professionally as ensemble members and as featured soloists with orchestras such as The Cleveland Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Erie Philharmonic of Pennsylvania, and the Blue Water Chamber Orchestra of Cleveland. They have collaborated with artists such as Arturo Sandoval, Paquito D’Rivera, Randy Brecker, Dave and Chris Brubeck, Gil Shaham and Gabriela Montero among others.