New York City Chamber Orchestra is in its 20th season as Manhattan Concert Productions’ resident orchestra of professional musicians who accompany the Manhattan Chorale and festival choruses of MCP. Its members are among the finest musicians in New York today who also play with a variety of prestigious ensembles including the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, American Ballet Theater, New York City Ballet, American Symphony Orchestra, New York Pops, Philadelphia Orchestra, and New Jersey Symphony.
Robert Zubrycki, Concertmaster
Violinist, Robert Zubrycki, is Concertmaster for the New York City Chamber Orchestra, a member of the American Symphony Orchestra and Stamford Symphony as well as principal violin and soloist at the OK Mozart Festival. He has recently performed as Concertmaster for City Center’s Encores!, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic and the Orchestra at St. Patrick’s Cathedral for Pope Francis.
A Broadway regular, Bob plays in the orchestra for A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder, and he can be heard on recent cast recordings of An American in Paris and Paint Your Wagon. He won an Emmy Award for musical contribution to the documentary, The Curse of the Bambino.
As the violinist for the Abaca String Band, Robert has toured throughout the U.S., including performances at the Chautauqua Institute, the Newport Music Festival and the White House. He is the first violinist for the Queen’s Chamber Band and Trio; their critically acclaimed recordings are available on the Lyrichord label.
Robert is President of the Cultural Arts Coalition and directs the Concerts Around the Corner series at the Studio Around the Corner in Brewster, NY.