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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC STRING QUARTET

January 26, 2023 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

$55 – $70

NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC STRING QUARTET

JANUARY 26, 2023 @ 8:00 PM
SHOW @ 8:00PM | DOORS @ 7:00PM
$55 MEMBERS | $60 IN ADVANCE | $70 DAY OF
SEATED SHOW
Genre: Classical / Chamber

The New York Philharmonic String Quartet is pleased to present the following program at TACAW:

Mozart – String Quartet No. 19 in C Major K.465 “Dissonance”

Joel Thompson – “In Response to the Madness”

Webern – Langsamer Satz

Beethoven – String Quartet No. 11 in F Minor Op. 95 “Serioso”

About the New York Philharmonic String Quartet:

Frank Huang, Concertmaster

Qianqian Li, Principal Second Violin

Cynthia Phelps, Principal Viola

Carter Brey, Principal Cello

The New York Philharmonic String Quartet comprises four Principal musicians from the Orchestra: Concertmaster Frank Huang (The Charles E. Culpeper Chair); Principal Second Violin Group Qianqian Li; Principal Viola Cynthia Phelps (The Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Rose Chair); and Principal Cello Carter Brey (The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Chair). The group was formed in January 2017, during the Philharmonic’s 175th anniversary season; the New York Philharmonic String Quartet made its debut as the solo ensemble in John Adams’s Absolute Jest in New York in March 2017, and reprised the work on the Orchestra’s EUROPE / SPRING 2017 tour. All four members are multiple prize winners, have appeared as concerto soloists with the Philharmonic and orchestras around the world, and have appeared frequently in the Philharmonic’s chamber music series at David Geffen Hall and Merkin Concert Hall.

Frank Huang has performed at the Marlboro Music Festival, Ravinia’s Steans Institute, Seattle Chamber Music Festival, and Caramoor. He frequently participates in Musicians from Marlboro’s tours, and was selected by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center to be a member of the prestigious Bowers Program (formerly CMS Two). Before joining the Houston Symphony as concertmaster in 2010, Frank Huang held the position of first violinist of the Grammy Award–winning Ying Quartet.

Qianqian Li has performed at major music festivals including Aspen, Tanglewood, Yellow Barn, and Sarasota. As a soloist, she has performed with orchestras in major concert halls in Asia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Africa. Before joining the New York Philharmonic, she served as a member of the first violin section of The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for three years, after winning positions with the orchestras of Seattle, Atlanta, and St. Paul in the same period. She has also performed in the Boston, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta symphony orchestras and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.

Cynthia Phelps performs with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Jupiter Chamber Players, and the Santa Fe, La Jolla, Seattle, Chamber Music Northwest, and Bridgehampton festivals. She has appeared with the Guarneri, Tokyo, Orion, American, Brentano, and Prague Quartets, and the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio. She is also a founding member of the chamber group Les Amies, a flute-harp-viola group with Philharmonic Principal Harp Nancy Allen and flutist Carol Wincenc.

Carter Brey has made regular appearances with the Tokyo and Emerson string quartets as well as The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and at festivals such as Spoleto (both in the United States and Italy), and the Santa Fe and La Jolla Chamber Music festivals. He and pianist Christopher O’Riley recorded Le Grand Tango: Music of Latin America, a disc of compositions from South America and Mexico released on Helicon Records.

Details

Date:
January 26, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
$55 – $70
Event Category:
Website:
https://tacaw.org/calendar/new-york-philharmonic-string-quartet/

Organizer

The Arts Campus at Willits
Phone:
9705105365
Email:
info@tacaw.org
Website:
www.tacaw.org

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The Arts Campus At Willits
400 Robinson St.
Basalt, CO 81621 United States
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(970) 510-5365
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