Guest Artist Masterclass: Juilliard String Quartet

Event Date: 

Friday, November 10, 2017 -
5:00pm to 7:00pm

Event Date Details: 

Event Location: 

  • Karl Geiringer Hall

Event Price: 

Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

Event Contact: 

Adriane Hill
Marketing and Communications Manager
UC Santa Barbara Department of Music
(805) 893-3230
ahill@music.ucsb.edu
Juilliard String Quartet. Photo by Simon Powis.
Juilliard String Quartet (left to right: Roger Tapping, Ronald Copes, Astrid Schween, Joseph Lin). Photo by Simon Powis.
 
The UCSB Department of Music and CAMA will co-present a Guest Artist Masterclass with violinist Ronald Copes and cellist Astrid Schween of the Juilliard String Quartet on Friday, November 10, 2017 from 5-7 p.m. in Karl Geiringer Hall. Students from the UCSB Chamber Music Program will perform. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
 
Program
 
Dohnanyi Serenade for String Trio, Op. 10  (Marcia & Romanza)
Youjin Jung, violin
Besnik Yzeiri, viola
Kathryn Carlson, cello
 
Brahms Piano Quartet in g-minor, Op. 25  (Allegro)
Jared Eben, piano
Sara Bashore, violin
Besnik Yzeiri, viola
Chenoa Orme-Stone, cello
 
About the Juilliard String Quartet
 
With unparalleled artistry and enduring vigor, the Juilliard String Quartet continues to inspire audiences around the world with its performances. Founded in 1946, and widely known as “the quintessential American string quartet,” the Juilliard draws on a deep and vital engagement with the classics, while embracing the mission of championing new works – a vibrant combination of the familiar and the daring. Each performance of the Juilliard Quartet is a unique experience, bringing together the four members’ profound understanding, total commitment, and unceasing curiosity in sharing the wonders of the string quartet literature.  
Having welcomed cellist Astrid Schween and celebrated its 70th anniversary last season, the Juilliard String Quartet marks the 2017-18 season with highly anticipated return appearances in Seattle, Santa Barbara, Pasadena, Memphis, Raleigh, Houston, Amsterdam, and Copenhagen. The Quartet continues its acclaimed annual performances in Detroit, Philadelphia, and at the Ravinia Festival, along with numerous concerts at home in New York City, including appearances at Lincoln Center and Town Hall. The season kicks off with the release of a new album featuring the world premiere recording of Mario Davidovsky’s Fragments (2016), together with Beethoven Op. 95 and Bartók No. 1. Highlights of concert programming throughout the 2017-18 season include visionary works by Beethoven, Bartók, and Dvořák, as well as James MacMillan’s haunting and evocative Quartet No. 2, Why is this night different? (1998).
 
To learn more about the Juilliard String Quartet, please visit juilliardstringquartet.org/
 
Juilliard String Quartet. Photo by Simon Powis.