2019-20 Mixed Classical Series - NEW!

Mixed Classical Collage of Musicians

3-Concert Package: $65 | $89 | $115 | $132

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Friday, October 25, 2019
8PM | Concert Hall
“…the Calidore players are the epitome of confidence and finesse." – Gramophone

Calidore Quartet

The Calidore String Quartet has been praised by The New York Times for its “deep reserves of virtuosity and irrepressible dramatic instinct” and by the Los Angeles Times for its balance of “intellect and expression.” After their Kennedy Center debut the Washington Post proclaimed that “Four more individual musicians are unimaginable, yet these speak, breathe, think and feel as one.”

Jeffrey Myers, violin
Ryan Meehan, violin
Jeremy Berry, viola
Estelle Choi, cello

HAYDN                 String Quartet in C Major, Op. 20, No. 2
BARTÓK               String Quartet No. 5, Sz. 102, BB 110
SCHUBERT           String Quartet No. 13 in A minor, D. 804, Op. 29, “Rosamunde”

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Friday, November 8, 2019
8PM | Concert Hall
“Intoxicating … The quartet’s playing… is sensitive and finely articulated throughout and the sound bright and vivid.” – The New York Times

Solera Quartet with dog

Acclaimed by critics as “top-notch, intense, stylish, and with an abundance of flare and talent” and “one of the foremost young string quartets,” the 2017 Pro Musicis International Award-winner Solera Quartet has quickly gained a reputation for their fiery musical expression, poetic sensibility, entrepreneurial acumen, and exceptional dedication to social initiatives.

Miki-Sophia Cloud, violin
Tricia Park, violin
Molly Carr, viola
Andrew Janns, cello

Pink Floyd: Selections from Dark Side of the Moon

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Friday, February 21, 2020
8PM | Concert Hall
“spellbinding,” with “a tone that ranges from the achingly fragile to full-bodied robustness.” — The New York Times

Alexi Kenney

Alexi Kenney, recipient of a 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant, hailed as “a talent to watch” by The New York Times, which also noted his “architect’s eye for structure and space and a tone that ranges from the achingly fragile to full-bodied robustness. His reputation continues to grow through lauded appearances with symphonies and recital performances across the country.


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