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Verona Quartet

Theater
Friday, January 29
7 pm
Wisconsin Union Theater | Virtual Event
Cost: $20
Full Price $20 - Union Member $17 - UW-Madison Student $10
String quartet with a reputation for compelling interpretations of contemporary music.

Acclaimed for its bold interpretive strength and electrifying performances, the Verona Quartet is the 2020 recipient of Chamber Music America’s prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award. The Quartet’s members represent four different nations, but their singular approach and unanimity of purpose in both musical and cultural cooperation have quickly earned the group a reputation as an “outstanding ensemble...cohesive yet full of temperament.” (New York Times).

"bold interpretive strength and electrifying" - Concert Artists Guild

Since rising to international prominence by sweeping top prizes at competitions across four continents, including the Wigmore Hall, Melbourne, Osaka and M-Prize International Competitions, The Verona Quartet developed a consummate reputation for its compelling interpretations of contemporary music and is one of the most sought after strong quartets of its generation.

Ticket buyers will receive an email from approximately 2 hours before the event begins that contains the link to view the performance.

Anyone who purchases a ticket within 2 hours of the event’s start time will receive their link in their confirmation email immediately following their purchase. Only 1 ticket per household is needed to view this concert.

Your link will remain active until Friday, February 5 @ 9:30pm (CST) to view whenever you would like.

Program

String Quartet in A minor, Op. 51 No. 2 by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Jonathan Ong, Violin
Dorothy Ro, Violin
Abigail Rojansky, Viola
Dmitry Kouzov, cello

String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 96 (“American”) by Antonín Dvořák (1941-1904)
Jonathan Ong, Violin
Dorothy Ro, Violin
Abigail Rojansky, Viola
Annie Jacobs-Perkins, cello

 


Learn more about the Verona Quartet: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Website 


This performance is part of the David and Kato Perlman Chamber Music Series


Acclaimed for its bold interpretive strength and electrifying performances, the Verona Quartet is the 2020 recipient of Chamber Music America’s prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award. The Quartet’s members represent four different nations, but their singular approach and unanimity of purpose in both musical and cultural cooperation have quickly earned the group a reputation as an “outstanding ensemble...cohesive yet full of temperament.” (New York Times).

"bold interpretive strength and electrifying" - Concert Artists Guild

Since rising to international prominence by sweeping top prizes at competitions across four continents, including the Wigmore Hall, Melbourne, Osaka and M-Prize International Competitions, The Verona Quartet developed a consummate reputation for its compelling interpretations of contemporary music and is one of the most sought after strong quartets of its generation.

Ticket buyers will receive an email from approximately 2 hours before the event begins that contains the link to view the performance.

Anyone who purchases a ticket within 2 hours of the event’s start time will receive their link in their confirmation email immediately following their purchase. Only 1 ticket per household is needed to view this concert.

Your link will remain active until Friday, February 5 @ 9:30pm (CST) to view whenever you would like.

Program

String Quartet in A minor, Op. 51 No. 2 by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Jonathan Ong, Violin
Dorothy Ro, Violin
Abigail Rojansky, Viola
Dmitry Kouzov, cello

String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 96 (“American”) by Antonín Dvořák (1941-1904)
Jonathan Ong, Violin
Dorothy Ro, Violin
Abigail Rojansky, Viola
Annie Jacobs-Perkins, cello

 


Learn more about the Verona Quartet: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Website 


This performance is part of the David and Kato Perlman Chamber Music Series


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Wisconsin Union Theater

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WUD Performing Arts

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With support from:

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David & Kato Perlman Chamber Music Fund

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