Juilliard String Quartet In Europe, January 2019

After wrapping up an exciting and acclaimed fall highlighted by Areta Zhulla’s debut as first violinist – alongside violinist Ronald Copes, violist Roger Tapping, and cellist Astrid Schween – the Juilliard String Quartet returns to the UK and Europe this month, with two Wigmore Hall concerts and dates in the Netherlands, Spain, Greece, and Norway.
                    M O N 14 J A N | London, Wigmore Hall BBC Concert
T U E 15 J A N London, Wigmore Hall
W E D 16 J A N | Copenhagen, Mogens Dahl Koncertsal
F R I 18 J A N | Santander, Palacio de Festivales
                                           S U N 20 J A N | Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Thessaloniki
T U E 22 J A N | Haagse Theater Diligentia, The Hague
T H U  24 J A N | Leidse Schouwburg Stadsgehoorzaal, Leiden
S A T 26 J A N | Stormen KonserthusBodø
S U N 27 J A N | Bergen Chamber Music Society, Bergen
T U E 29 J A N | Oslo Opera House, Oslo

In September, the quartet gave the world premiere of Lembit Beecher’s One Hundred Years Grows Shorter Over Time, commissioned for the JSQ in honor of the 100th anniversary of South Mountain Concerts.  And in October, they toured Asia visiting cities including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo.In North America, 2019 engagements include New YorkDetroitVancouver, and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., and a special collaboration with pianist Marc-André Hamelin at the 92nd Street Y in New York City, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and Music Toronto.

Enjoy recent performances on the JSQ Youtube Channel below:

Haydn String Quartet in F Major, Op.77 No.2, III Andante
at YAMAHA HALL, Tokyo, Oct. 24, 2018  Video: TV MAN Union Channel

Bartók String Quartet No. 3 at YAMAHA HALL, Tokyo, Oct. 24, 2018
Video: TV MAN Union Channel

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R E C E N T   P R E S S
“Executed as by the unfailing hands of surgeons, over the course of the evening, the Juilliard String Quartet performed with barely containable ardor—that at moments impelled their bodies to rise upward from the benches and chairs they sat upon—displaying unparalleled artistry, effortlessly laying claim to a shared sovereignty as one of the world’s finest.”
– Xavier Omar Otero, Tucson Weekly, Dec. 11, 2018
“This evening with the Juilliard String Quartet clearly showed that in traditional programs, music played at the highest level can be its own draw.”
– David Kulma, Cleveland Classical, Dec. 10, 2018
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