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February 22, 2011
Time:8-10 p.m.
Description:The Miró Quartet, in residence at the Butler School of Music, is one of America's highest-profile chamber groups, enjoying a place at the top of the international chamber music scene. Comprised of Daniel Ching, violin; Sandy Yamamoto, violin; John Largess, viola; and Joshua Gindele, cello, the quartet received the prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award and was the first ensemble to be awarded the Avery Fisher Career Grant. The musicians regularly perform at the world's most celebrated concert venues, including Carnegie Hall and the Berlin Philharmonic's Kammermusiksaal.

Performing with the Miró Quartet on this very special evening is 2010 Grammy Award-winning percussionist Colin Currie. Acknowledged for his charismatic and virtuosic performances of works by today's leading composers, Currie has appeared with many of the world's most important orchestras. Regularly commissioning and recording new works, he has made an inspirational and innovative contribution to the percussion repertoire.

The program will feature works by David Maric, Franz Schubert, Steve Reich and John Zorn. Zorn also will be on hand to discuss his work in a post-performance talkback.
Location:Bates Recital Hall
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Kendall A Wells
Sponsor:Texas Performing Arts
Categories:Concert, Performance
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