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  1. Kiwi brings acclaimed international Behn Quartet to Palmerston North for concert tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | Manawatu Standard

    Members of the touring Behn Quartet from left Ghislaine McMullin - cello, Lydia Abell - viola, Alicia Berendse - violin, and Kate Oswin - violin. In rehearsal, members of UK chamber music group the Behn Quartet have been known to break into pieces by Adele, and even Abba.

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  2. On Stage: Beethoven and Bellinis in KennettRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 14 | UnionvilleTimes.com

    ... the four segments. "The first segment features early works by Haydn, who is considered the father of the string quartet. Haydn really invented the genre. The piece they're doing - 'The Haydn Rider Quartet' - has beautiful classical counterpoints and ...

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  3. Your Top 7 Things to Do: April 12-18Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 12 | Sarasota Magazine

    The Sarasota Film Festival celebrates 20 years of bringing new movies, big stars and directors, and some pretty cool parties to town. Among the actors slated to receive awards are Steve Guttenberg and Virginia Madsen; filmmaker Rory Kennedy will be back, too, with her new documentary about the NASA space program .

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  4. Palaver Strings for Music@DuskRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 10 | Capital Weekly

    The Music@Dusk series continues Friday, April 20, with the Palaver Strings. The Bay Chamber Concerts event is set for 6 p.m. in Union Hall, 24 Central St. The ensemble's program, titled Parallel Freedoms, offers an exploration of the blurred lines between genres, where classical and jazz composers inspire one another; and classically trained musicians are inspired to program, arrange and improvise.

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  5. A show of creativityRead the original story

    Monday Apr 9 | China Daily

    The Black Velvet String Quartet is among nearly 800 artists from 44 performing arts groups from 19 countries and regions, who will perform in the capital's largest annual festival, Meet in Beijing Arts Festival. [Photo provided to China Daily] All roads lead to the capital in May for the 18th Meet in Beijing Arts Festival, which is set to take on a distinctly Italian flavor this year.

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  6. Things to do this week in Cincinnati: April 9-15Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | Cincinnati.com

    ... 1989, the Artemis Quartet is one of the world's great string quartets. Enjoy three of the great works of the string quartet repertoire. $30. 513-621-2787; cincychamber.org. Harry James Orchestra Concert and Dance, 7-10 p.m., Music Hall, 1241 Elm ...

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  7. The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts Announces 2018-19 SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 6 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, UC Davis announces its 17th season of performing arts, filled with the leading artists in music, dance and theater alongside a powerful group of speakers. The season begins on September 22, 2018, with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and concludes June 2, 2019, with the Alexander String Quartet and pianist Joyce Yang debuting a new work by composer Samuel Carl Adams.

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  8. TGIF: State College Weekend Events for April 6-8Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 6 | Statecollege.com

    Cast members Jessica Ortiz and Jonathan Savage rehearse a dance for the Penn State School of Theatre's presentation of Kiss of the Spider Woman. Performances are Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7, at the Playhouse Theatre.

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  9. Aroha Quartet's concerts to explore Light & DarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 5 | Scoop

    The well-known Wellington-based Aroha String Quartet will explore a wide range of moods and sound worlds in their dynamic Light & Dark programme to be performed in thirteen centres around New Zealand in 2018. Their concert series begins in Cambridge on Sunday 15 April as part of the Cambridge Autumn Festival, and finishes in Wanaka on 15 November.

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  10. Netherlands-Based RAGAZZE String Quartet To Make American Debut At National SawdustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 5 | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... music tradition. In this way they warm the hearts of both the diehard listener and the novice for the string quartet repertoire of the past and of our present day. Ragazze is a permanent artist with CD label Channel Classics and has released no ...

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  11. Music Professor Felipe Salles Receives Guggenheim FellowshipRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 5 | University of Massachusetts Amherst

    Felipe Salles, associate professor of jazz studies, composition and saxophone at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has been selected to receive a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. Salles is one of 173 scholars, artists and scientists in the United States and Canada to be chosen from a group of almost 3,000 applicants on the basis of "prior achievement and exceptional promise," according to the foundation.

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  12. Composer Debra Kaye Featured At The Nacusa Spring SerenadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 5 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Acclaimed American composer Debra Kaye's work Dialogue With the Ghost, featuring cellist Arthur Cook, will be presented by the National Association of Composers, USA on its Spring Serenade concert, Monday, April 16 at 8:00 p.m. at Christ and St. Stephen's Church 120 West 69 th Street New York, NY . Dialogue With the Ghost, a dialogue of opposites, explores a range of lyric and percussive possibilities.

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  13. International musical duo to perform classical concertRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 5 | The Daily Record

    The Escocia Duo, who are Roberto Kuhn, from Chile, and Katrina Lee from Yorkshire, will play Linlithgow Primary School on Saturday April 14 Roberto Kuhn, from Chile, and Katrina Lee from Yorkshire formed the "Escocia Duo" last year, while studying at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire, and will present the music at Linlithgow Arts Guild's final concert of their winter season. Their programme includes music by Paganini, 'Farewell to Stromness' by Maxwell Davies, Romanian folk dances by Bartok, and several South American pieces.

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  14. Mandolinist Avi Avital with the Giocoso String Quartet playing at Llewellyn HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Mandolin player Avi Avital is undertaking his fourth Australian tour this month but, he notes, "It will be the first time I've been in your town." "Good question! The last time I spent time in Australia I was with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and it was not part of the tour - we toured to Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.

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  15. Review / Four Winds delivers eclectic programRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 2 | Canberra City News

    SET in a verdant park of stately eucalyptus trees and manicured lawns near Bermagui NSW, Nature's Concert Hall, with its rustic tree trunk columns, is a splendid recital space with an intimate atmosphere and fine acoustics; all the better to enjoy good music. The first of these two Windsong concerts began with Puccini's little-known "Crisantemi", an introverted elegy to a friend.

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  16. CU Presents '18-'19 Artist Series includes concert with violinist...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 2 | Daily Camera

    Violinist Sarah Chang will perform at CU Presents Artist Series on Nov. 16. CU Presents announced its 10-concert series Friday. The University of Colorado's performing arts umbrella organization, CU Presents, announced its lineup for the 2018-19 Artist Series concert season on Friday, which includes an appearance by renowned violinist Sarah Chang on Nov. 16, among others.

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  17. Marika Hughes and The New String Quartet Will Play the Uncharted ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 2 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Marika Hughes has returned to her chamber music roots with a new project, The New String Quartet. Alongside Charlie Burnham Marvin Sewell and Rashaan Carter , the band sets out to celebrate the sounds, the vibrations and the resonances of their acoustic, unamplified strings.

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  18. Scandinavian String Players to Perform Classical and Folk in Schwab ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | Statecollege.com

    The Danish String Quartet will perform an atypical mingling of classical and traditional music at Penn State. Three of them met at a summer music camp in the Danish countryside when they were children in the 1990s.

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  19. REVIEW: quartet displays superb technical dexterityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 29 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    The Piatti Quartet's attractive, well-constructed programme for their Kendal concert enabled the players to shine; throughout their performance there was almost flawless ensemble work I, TOGETHER with the usual large Kendal Midday Concert Club's audience, was at the town hall for the final concert of what, as Mary Powney, the club's chairman, described as having been a successful and enjoyable season. On stage for this concert was the Piatti Quartet, one of the most distinguished ensembles of its generation.

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  20. Uncajed Melodies IV: a classical, jazz and Disney comboRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 29 | The Gleaner

    To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the University of the West Indies and the 50th anniversary of the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts on the Mona Campus, the University Classical and Jazz Ensemble will stage Uncajed Melodies IV. "This enthusiastic conglomerate of UWI students and guests will try to feature another very exciting mixture of classical music, jazz, as well as vocal renditions, interspersed with items performed by the wind ensemble," executive director of Music Unites Jamaica Foundation, Rosina Christina Moder, told The Gleaner.

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