WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2018
7:30 PM PAUL MAHDER GALLERY
222 Healdsburg Avenue
The TELEGRAPH QUARTET, which the San Francisco Chronicle declared “an incredibly valuable addition to the cultural landscape”, seems to be on a trajectory toward the heights of the chamber music world in the United States. Having won two of America’s most prestigious chamber music awards, the Grand Prize at the 2014 Fischoff Competition and the Namburg Award in 2016, they now perform regularly throughout the country.
The Quartet’s Healdsburg program will include an early tonal piece titled Rondo by the 20th century German miniaturist Anton Webern, the eminent American composer John Harbison’s Quartet No. 6 (written for the Telegraph Quartet), and the Quartet in F Major by the great French impressionist composer Maurice Ravel.
The Quartet, which is based in San Francisco, plans to release their debut album featuring works by Anton Webern, Benjamin Britten, and Leon Kirchner. The Telegraph Quartet is comprised of violinists Eric Chin and Joseph Maile, violinst Pei-Ling Lin, and cellist Jeremiah Shaw.
To learn more about the Quartet visit www.telegraphquartet.com
Don’t miss this stellar ensemble’s appearance in Healdsburg!
HIGHLIGHTS FROm PAST SEASONS:
DEL SOL String Quartet (FEBRUARY 22, 2017)
. . . returned to the Brave New Music stage at Paul Mahder Gallery with a program called “Tunes and Tannins,” featuring music and wine pairings with comments by sommelier Nicole Bert.
HEAR A SAMPLE FROM AN EARLIER BNM CONCERT BY THE DEL SOL QUARTET:
Borealis String Quartet (March 30, 2016)
. . . this stellar ensemble from Canada offered up a sumptuous feast of new music along with a powerful rendition of Shostakovich’s Ninth Quartet in our first collaboration with the Paul Mahder Gallery.
GLENDEVEN STRING QUARTET and UPSIDE DANCE CO. (Nov. 11, 2015)
. . . in a collaboration of film, poetry, original choreography, and music for string quartet, this was truly a multi-media evening.
TRIO DINICU (April 8,2015)
. . . combines the forces of three world class musicians—a lightening fast violinist with touching expressiveness, a virtuoso guitarist with gypsy authenticity a la Django Reinhardt, and a legendary Parisian bassist with deep soul—who together bridge the gap between classical, jazz and folk genres.
SZYMANOWSKI QUARTET (February 4, 2015)
... from Warsaw, one of the most exceptional international string quartets of its generation, they performed an exquisite program of Polish and Ukrainian composers.
>>Read the Szymanowski Quartet Classical Sonoma concert review here.
DEL SOL STRING QUARTET (November 23, 2014)
(see above for concert video)