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Juilliard String Quartet at Alice Tully Hall

Dates

12/12/2019

Theatre

Alice Tully Hall


1941 Broadway
New York,



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The Juilliard String Quartet, widely known as the quintessential American string quartet, is comprised of Joseph Lin (Violin), Ronald Copes (Violin), Roger Tapping (Viola), and Joel Krosnick (Cello).

Founded in 1946, the Juilliard String Quartet was the first ensemble in the United States to play all six Bartok quartets, and its performances of Schoenberg's quartets helped establish the works as cornerstones of the modern string quartet literature. In performance, recordings and incomparable work educating and training the major quartets of our time, the Juilliard String Quartet has carried the banner of the United States and The Juilliard School throughout the world.

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Naxos Releases New Schubert Recording Featuring Cellist Amit Peled And The Aviv Quartet
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Israeli-American cellist Amit Peled is featured on a new recording of Schubert's String Quintet in C Major, Op. 163, D. 956 with the Aviv Quartet, out today on Naxos.

31st Raritan River Music Festival Moves Online
May 01, 2020

Marking its 31st season, due to COVID 19, the 2020 Raritan River Music Festival, winner of the National Award for Adventurous Programming from ASCAP/Chamber Music America, announces the festival will take place entirely online.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Announces New Bowers Program Artists
March 24, 2020

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) today announced the five artists selected to be part of The Bowers Program, the most extensive opportunity for classical artists and ensembles in the early stages of major careers to integrate their professional lives with established chamber music artists.  The Bowers Program, which began as CMS Two in 1994, has been a source of professional development for some of the world's leading classical musicians, including Hilary Hahn, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Anthony McGill, and the Miró, Escher, and Danish String Quartets, among many others.  

Trinity Church Wall Street Has Released its Winter 2020 Schedule
February 20, 2020

This winter, Trinity Church Wall Street's  program of ambitious musical offerings in lower Manhattan sees the return of the audience favorite Bach + One concert series, which will crown its season in the spring with a performance of three of Bach's cantatas at the Leipzig Bach Festival. Director of Music Julian Wachner has also just been announced as one of three finalists to become the next Artistic Director of the storied Oregon Bach Festival. On the heels of last August's release of Ellen Reid's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera p r i s m on the Decca Gold label, with Wachner leading The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity's in-house contemporary orchestra, NOVUS NY, the same forces reunite for the Washington D.C. premiere of the opera in the Kennedy Center's DIRECT CURRENT festival.

Lincoln Center Has Released March 2020 Schedule
February 19, 2020

This March, Lincoln Center will present a plethora of music, dance, theater, and panel events across the campus and beyond. David Rubenstein Atrium continues to offer programming every Thursday, with free, live music and dance performances. The 2019-20 season of LC Kids (October 5-June 7, 2020) is in full swing with free and ticketed events developed for toddlers and children, as well as teenagers stepping into young adulthood. The ongoing Great Performers series (October 29-May 16, 2020) brings an array of beloved musicians and up-and-coming artists to the Lincoln Center stage.

Brandon Victor Dixon, Ali Stroker, Joe Iconis, Betty Buckley, and More Are Coming to Lincoln Center This February
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This February, Lincoln Center will present a plethora of music, dance, theater, and panel events across the campus and beyond. David Rubenstein Atrium continues to offer free programming, consisting of diverse live performances, and panel conversations. The 2019-20 season of LC Kids (October 5a?"June 7, 2020) is in full swing with free and ticketed events developed for toddlers, children, and teenagers stepping into young adulthood. The ongoing Great Performers series (October 29a?"May 16, 2020) brings an array of beloved musicians and up-and-coming artists to the Lincoln Center stage. American Songbook (January 22a?" February 29) concludes its latest season with artists performing Broadway, folk, classical, and more. 

Glenn Dicterow To Appear With Pegasus At Merkin Hall
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Pegasus: The Orchestra will make their Merkin Hall debut on Saturday, November 23rd at 8pm led by conductor Karén! Hakobyan. Glenn Dicterow, the legendary former concertmaster of New York Philharmonic, will join Pegasus concertmaster Eiko Kano for Bach's Double Violin Concerto. Opening the program will be the world premiere of Hakobyan's Contempo: Bach Recombinant and to close, Tchaikovsky's beloved Serenade for Strings. 

Performance Today Announces 2019-2020 Young Artist Residency Students
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American Public Media's Performance Today has announced five young musicians to take part in the radio program's 2019-2020 Young Artist in Residence Program.

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World Chamber Music Quartet, Hevreh Ensemble, Releases its Third Album Today
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The innovative new-music ensemble The International Street Cannibals (ISC) presents Schoenberg DNA a concert of vocal and chamber works featuring the brilliant duo of pianist Conor Hanick and soprano Ariadne Greif, with award-winning violinist Anna Tsukervanik. Centered around Schoenberg's radical musical ideas, the program will trace an evolutionary trajectory starting from Beethoven and Schumann, to Alma Maria Schindler-Mahler, to the Second Viennese School with Alban Berg and Anton Webern, all the way to the music of the great Hungarian composer Gy rgy Kurtag. Hanick and Greif will traverse a repertoire of art songs spanning from 1825 to 1908, and Tsukervanik will join Hanick to perform works for violin and piano by Webern and Kurt g. The concert is presented by The International Street Cannibals (ISC) and is a creation of Ariadne Greif, Conor Hanick, and ISC's founder/director Dan Barrett.

Juilliard String Quartet Feature In Two Metro Detroit Performances, April 12 & 13
March 21, 2019

The Chamber Music Society of Detroit will present the revered Juilliard String Quartet in two Detroit area performances: on Friday, April 12, 2019 at 8 PM, the Juilliard shares the stage with the award-winning young Argus Quartet at Schaver Music Recital Hall, located at 480 W. Hancock in Detroit. On Saturday, April 13 at 8:00 PM, the Juilliard Quartet will appear on CMSDetroit's Signature Series at Seligman Performing Arts Center, located at 22305 W. 13 Mile Road in Beverly Hills. Tickets for both concerts are available by phone at 313-335-3300 or online at www.CMSDetroit.org.

Kent State's Kent Keyboard Series To Present A Folk-infused Chamber Music Concert Feb. 24
February 07, 2019

The Kent Keyboard Series continues its 2018-2019 season with pianist Donna Lee, Steinway Artist, and professor and coordinator of piano at Kent State University, on Sun., Feb. 24 at 5 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. She will be joined by clarinetist Daniel Gilbert, a faculty member at the prestigious University of Michigan, and violinist Miho Hashizume, a member of the renowned Cleveland Orchestra and holder of the Theodore Rautenberg Endowed Chair. Kent State's Ludwig Recital Hall is at 1325 Theatre Drive in the Center for the Performing Arts on the Kent Campus. Ample free and handicap accessible parking is available.

The Musco Center Will Host the Juilliard String Quartet This February
January 11, 2019

Areta Zhulla, the new first violinist with Juilliard String Quartet (JSQ) makes her West Coast debut presented by Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University on February 21 at 7:30pm. Founded in 1946, JSQ returns to the campus several years after their Chapman debut in the 1960s. With the introduction of Zhulla, JSQ's arrival exemplifies the quartet's ongoing impact by performing and educating with unparalleled artistry and enduring vigor.

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