Eliot Street Coffeehouse presents Darol Anger and 4 Berklee Quartets
Eliot Street Coffeehouse presents Darl Anger and 4 Berklee Quartets
Saturday, December 7
Doors 7:30, concert 8:00.
$10 students, seniors and the unemployed; $15 in advance; $20 at the door.
Tickets available starting November 7, 2013
Facebook Event - https://www.facebook.com/events/312681578870221/
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Berklee Faculty String Quartet, featuring Darol Anger (David Grisman Quartet, Republic of Strings, The Furies), Brittany Haas (Crooked Still and Republic of Strings), Catherine Bent and Lena Jonsson, playing contemporary international music from Brazil, Scandinavia, and the US.
The International Gals of Quartetdom are a dynamic & diverse quartet of four young women hailing from across the globe. Under the guidance of the inimitable, Darol Anger, they are united by their love of contemporary string music. The International Gals are Marta Roma (Cello, Barcelona), Sadie Currey (Violin, Tennessee), YeJi Yoon (Violin, Korea) and Adrianna Ciccone (5-String Violin, Canada).
Hailing from Jordan, USA, England and Palestine, The Four Corners string quartet celebrate their own identities whilst exploring each others musical influences. Formed in 2013 at Berklee College of Music, Layth Al-Rubaye, Ellen Melissa Story, Alliz Nicholas, and Naseem Alatrash represent a new generation of young artists who enrich listeners with unique interpretations and shatter the traditional impression of the string quartet.
The Resurexon String Quartet is a brand-new quartet of Berklee students who hail from diverse musical backgrounds, but are united in their desire to innovate and build bridges across musical styles. Under the direction of Darol Anger, they continue to propel the world of contemporary string music to new places. They are violinists Isa Burke and Holland Raper, cellist Adrian Zemor, and violist Anna Stromer.
The Eliot Street Coffeehouse, a co-production of the First Church in Jamaica Plain and notloB Parlour Concerts, is presented in the beautiful and acoustically sound First Church in JP's parish hall.
First Church in Jamaica Plain in the Parish Hall (View)
6 Eliot Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
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