The Carya String Quartet performs their “Dedicated To…” program on the Phil Kramer Recital Series. An exploration of how cross-cultural and cross-generational influences can inspire the creator and the listener, this performance, features the first of Mozart’s “Haydn” Quartets, K 387, dedicated to his mentor Joseph Haydn, Shostakovich’s fourth String Quartet in D Major, dedicated to his friend Pyotr Vilyams, and Glazunov’s Five Novelettes for String Quartet, which explore the styles of Spain, the Ottoman Empire, Russia, Vienna, and Hungary.
Mozart- Quartet in G Major K387
Shostakovich- Quartet in D Major
Glazunov- Five Novelettes
Presented by the Phil Kramer Recital Series at New Hope Lutheran Church, Carya will perform a program of quartets by Haydn (Quartet Op. 64 No. 5 in D Major, "The Lark"), Smith (Spin), and Brahms (Quartet Op. 51 No. 2 in A minor).
For more information on this series, visit New Hope Lutheran's website.
The Carya Quartet will pop up in the HOPE Clinic lobby with Brahms’ String Quartet in A Minor
The Carya String Quartet presents a gallery concert at artist-owned Archway Gallery.
The program will include Astor Piazzolla’s Tango Ballet as well as Beethoven’s Opus 132 String Quartet, which includes the famous “Heileger Dankgesang” movement.
Suggested Donation of $15 at the door
Carya members Eugeniu Cheremoush, Laura Cividino, and Rainey Weber present a concert of patriotic must for string trio at the Maud Smith Marks Library, in Katy, Texas. Music includes traditional American works (some arranged by Carya cellist, Ed Harper) and Dvorak.
More information can be found here.