Jasper String Quartet to Play McCullough Theatre, 1/30
Thursday, January 30, 2014, 8pm -Texas Performing Arts at The University of Texas at Austin presents The Jasper String Quartet at McCullough Theatre (2375 Robert Dedman Dr) A map of the campus:texasperformingarts.org/visit/maps_directions. Tickets ($32 / Limited $10 student tickets / discounted tickets available for UT faculty & staff, seniors and Military) are on sale now at authorized ticket outlets, which include the Bass Concert Hall Ticket Office and all Texas Box Office outlets, online at TexasPerformingArts.org, or by calling (512) 477-6060 or (800) 982-BEVO.
"The Jaspers played with sparkling vitality and great verve...They are polished, engaged, and in tune with one another. Their technical skills are of the highest caliber, and their musicality is without flaw. I look forward to hearing more from them." - W. Gerald Cochran, Classical Voice of North Carolina
Winner of the prestigious 2012 Cleveland Quartet Award, the Jasper String Quartet has been hailed as "sonically delightful and expressively compelling" (The Strad) and "powerful" (The New York Times). Audiences around the world have been wowed by the Jasper's electrifying performances, and its penchant for new music has helped it establish a reputation as a groundbreaking group.
Based in New Haven, Connecticut, the Jasper Quartet recently released two highly acclaimed albums for the Sono Luminus label, featuring the works of Beethoven, Schubert, and Aaron Jay Kernis. In conjunction with Astral Artists, the quartet was awarded a 2012 grant from Chamber Music America through its Residency Partnership Program. The Jaspers are the Ensemble-in-Residence at Classic Chamber Concerts in Naples, Florida.
Quartet in C Major, Op. 33 No. 3 Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Adagio ma non troppo
Quartet No. 2 in C Major Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Allegro calmo senza rigore
Quartet in A minor, Op. 51 No. 2 Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Allegro non troppo
Quasi Minuetto, moderato
Finale. Allegro non assai
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