About the artist
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Marc, a versatile musician, is a solo cellist, drummer, pianist, and composer residing in the Los Angeles area. He studied cello performance at California State University, Northridge under Dr. Diane Roscetti. He is classically trained and has years of experience in Orchestras and chamber ensembles in Southern California. He has ventured off from the traditional classical route of cello and performs a variety of genres including rock, folk, hip-hop, contemporary, electronic dance, and experimental music.
Marc has performed live in many types of entertainment venues in Southern California, from the Alex Theatre in Glendale to The Smell in downtown LA. He also performs as a solo cellist regularly at weddings– ceremonies, cocktail hour, and dinner reception– corporate functions, and other special events. Aside from performing, he also works as a recording artist for different singer-song songwriters and plays cello and drums in his indie electronic group, Chills. He also teaches music at a music school in Manhattan Beach called Dietz Brothers Music. He educates and trains over 40 students individually a week.
What our past clients say
Jenny W.Los Angeles, California
My husband and I had Marc the cellist perform at our wedding ceremony. He was amazing! We had a intimate wedding and his performance was fantastic! Everything was just as I pictured it, I am so pleased we chose to use the Ocdamia strings.
Sue C.Los Angeles, California
Margie and her team were great! Very easy to work with, and the string trio sounded great. Our guests really liked the music and thought it was an elegant touch for the ceremony and cocktail hour. Also, I liked the website and how easy it was to select which songs for the string trio to play.
Nils V.Pasadena, California
Ocdamia performed for the USC School of Social Work Graduation Gala and they provided a perfect blend of classical style with contemporary arrangements of popular rock music. Ocdamia provided the perfect background for the dinner portion of the evening. There were close to 1000 students and I doubt there were any disappointed individuals. Bravississississimo