Calidore String Quartet to Return to the Palladium, 1/6
After last year's triumphant performance, The Calidore String Quartet, returns to the Palladium for their only Tampa Bay performance. This fiery chamber group made up of four young artists, one a St. Petersburg native, has been described as "a miracle of unified thought..." (La Presse, Montreal) and "nothing short of a revelation" (Calgary Herald).
Calidore has established an international reputation for its informed, polished and captivating performances. Recent concerts include debuts at prestigious festivals including Verbier and Ravinia, the Schneider Concert Series (NYC), and feature as "Young Artist-in-Residence" on American Public Media's "Performance Today." Calidore has collaborated with artists and ensembles including Joshua Bell, Menahem Pressler, Quatuor Ebene, Angel Romero and the Calder Quartet. The Calidore String Quartet is Jeffrey Myers (violin), Ryan Meehan (violin, St. Petersburg native), Jeremy Berry (viola), Estelle Choi (cello).
Ryan Meehan travels the world with Calidore, but hails from St. Petersburg, Florida. Meehan and the group invites members of the media to attend Calidore's dress rehearsal, and will be available for interviews after the rehearsal concludes, at approximately 6:30 p.m.
WHAT: Calidore String Quartet Dress Rehearsal and Post-Rehearsal Interviews with the Media
WHEN: Monday, January 6, 4:30-6:30 p.m., enter through the Stage Door by the parking lot adjacent to the theater
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