The HSQ’s 2019/2020 season begins with an exploration of the vivid, vibrant, and intricate music from Latin America.
For the final concert of the series, The Haven String Quartet will explore two works by the Romantic masters Brahms and Mendelssohn as well as share the stage with several graduating senior Music Haven students for a movement of Mendelssohn’s exuberant Octet, written when the composer was a mere 16 years old.
The Haven String Quartet will be joined by Music Haven Resident Violinist Patrick Doane and renowned Grammy-nominated pianist Andrius Žlabys for their third series concert featuring the soaring and timeless Brahms B major Piano Trio, the explosive Franck Piano Quintet, as well as the East Coast Premiere of Andrius Žlabys’ “Movement for String Quartet and Piano.”
The promising young cello and violin students of Mr. Philip and Mr. Patrick share their talents with their family and the community in an intimate studio recital at the Music Haven office.
The promising young cello students of Mr. Philip share their talents with their family and the community in an intimate studio recital at the Music Haven office.
The Haven String Quartet joins the Yale Choral Artists and the Young People’s Chorus of NYC at Merkin Hall in NYC.
The Haven String Quartet will be joining the Yale Alumni Chorus for the final Gala Concert of the 2018 Yale International Choral Festival.
The HSQ will be performing on the New Haven Green for the International Festival of Arts & Ideas!