SAMUEL ADAMSString Quartet in Five Movements
Only in Berkeley! The Bay Area's own St. Lawrence String Quartet performs an all-Adams program of works by father John, a Pulitzer Prize winner, and son Samuel, the wunderkind who has been commissioned by Carnegie Hall and the San Francisco Symphony, among others. A testament to the fertile creative relationship enjoyed by these artists, all three quartets were written specifically for the ensemble. Adams, Sr., says: "What I appreciate about my friends in the St. Lawrence is their willingness to let me literally 'improvise' on them...they will go the distance with me, allow me to try and fail, all the while providing intuitions and frequently brilliant suggestions of their own."
Feb 18 2018, 2pm
With composers John and Samuel Adams and Cal Performances executive and artistic director Matías Tarnopolsky.
Free to ticket holders.
Program notes are available online. [PDF]
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