Marshall Miles Interviews-Jessica Park – Music Mountain Summer Festival August 14, 3pm

Join the Cramer Quartet next week at
Music Mountain Summer Festival
Sunday, August 14, 2022  |  3:00 p.m.
Gordon Hall
225 Music Mountain Rd
Falls Village, CT
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Don’t miss the WORLD PREMIERE of Alexandra du Bois’ NEW String Quartet No. 6!Get TicketsFranz Joseph Haydn
String Quartet in C Major, Opus 20, No. 2

Alexandra du Bois (b. 1981)
String Quartet No. 6, strolling in the ultimate

Franz Joseph Haydn
String Quartet in G Major, Opus 76, No. 1We are thrilled to make our debut at the renowned and scenic Music Mountain Summer Festival next Sunday, August 14th, as the first ever period instrument string quartet in the Festival’s 92-year history! For this concert, we will be joined by our longtime friend and collaborator cellist Ana Kim, who will be stepping in for Shirley Hunt. 

This past April, we launched Haydn: Dialogues, our ambitious multi-year cycle combining Haydn’s 68 string quartets with sixteen new commissions by composers of marginalized identities, with the world premiere of Alexandra du Bois’ String Quartet No. 6 strolling in the ultimate. Next week’s performance unveils the new and significantly expanded version of the same work.

We hope to see you there!

Jessica Park (she/her), violin
Chiara Fasani Stauffer (she/her), violin
Keats Dieffenbach (they/them), viola
Ana Kim (she/her), cello

The Cramer Quartet performs on period instruments with gut strings at A=430 Hz.Get to know cellist Ana Kim!Indiana-native Ana Kim is a cellist based in New York, who performs on modern and historical instruments with various ensembles including Philharmonia Baroque, American Classical, and Boston Baroque Orchestras. She has received a Doctorate at the University of Southern California and has studied Historical Performance at Juilliard.Please support our next Haydn: Dialogues commission from NYC-based  composer inti figgis-vizueta😀 We will premiere inti’s new work during the 2022-2023 season!Donate now


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