A Russian string ensemble and a quintet that performs Baroque music will give free concerts this month at Kenyon College.
Chamber Orchestra Kremlin says it draws from the finest young string players in Russia and maintains a busy schedule of concerts in its hometown of Moscow and internationally. The concert will be 7 p.m., Sunday in Rosse Hall, 105 College Drive.
The group is directed by Misha Rachlevsky, who has dedicated his career to chamber music, leading ensembles in countries in three continents before returning to Moscow in 1991 to form Chamber Orchestra Kremlin to record Russian works with artists from the country. The ensemble, which promotes its infectious energy in performances, has played more than 1,800 concerts in 25 countries.