Crossover string quartet “Spinphony” is breaking down barriers between classical, rock, and pop music. Mixing and mashing catchy melodies into unique arrangements and original compositions, the high energy quartet is more like a rock band with added choreography and beats from the DJ.
The quartet is comprised of Brett Omara and Anna Morris on violin, Michaela Borth on 5 String, and Kari Clifton on cello. Combined, the ladies have been playing their instruments for over 100 years. They are not sisters but get asked that a lot. The four met freelancing in the Denver music scene and are all classically trained graduates of music conservatories including Manhattan School of Music, Lamont School of Music, and SUNY Purchase.
Spinphony has performed at Red Rocks Amphitheater, Summit Music Series, Brookfield Arts Series, Denver Museum of Art Final Fridays, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Lonetree Arts Center, Lakewood Cultural Center, Dairy Center, to name a few. They have collaborated with the Pueblo Symphony, Frequent Flyers, 2 Cellos, Evanescense, Il Volo, and more.
The quartet also loves working with students and have taught masterclasses at Denver School of the Arts, Denver East High School, and Lakewood High. They hope their music inspires young musicians to be creative and entrepreneurial in their studies.