The Del Sol String Quartet returns to Dominican University of California in San Rafael to perform in the Guest Concert Series on February 10.
The Sunday concerts, sponsored by Dominican’s Department of Music, Dance, and Performing Arts, start at 3 p.m. in Angelico Concert Hall. Free parking is available in the nearby Conlan Center lot off Grand Avenue.
Founded in 1992, the San Francisco-based Del Sol String Quartet – featuring violinists Benjamin Kreith and Samuel Weiser, cellist Kathryn Bates, and Charlton Lee on viola – is two-time winner of the top Chamber Music America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming. They will be joined on stage by pianist June Choi Oh, of Dominican for the Gerald Finzi quintet. The performance of the Ben Johnston quartet will be presented with a multimedia installation by Matthew Garcia, also a Dominican faculty member.
At Dominican, the Del Sol String Quartet is scheduled to perform Jonah Gallagher's Ghosts of Grass, Terry Riley's The Wheel & Mythic Birds Waltz, Johnston's Quartet No. 4 Amazing Grace, Finzi's Eclogue Arr. for Piano Quintet, Zeynep Gedizlioğlu's Susma's (Quartet no. 2: in memory of Hrant Dink), and Erberk Eryilmaz's Hoppa! 2.
All Guest Concert Series concerts are free to students under the age of 18 including middle school and elementary school children if accompanied and supervised by an adult. In addition, community college students with a valid I.D. and music and art teachers in grades K-12 will be admitted free of charge.
Single-event tickets, which are only available at the door 30 minutes prior to scheduled performances, are $20 for general admission and $17 for seniors over 60. Season subscription series tickets are $60, $50 for seniors over 60.
To purchase tickets, click on this link: https://dominicanquartet.eventbrite.com
- Venue: Dominican University, Angelico Hall
- Date: Sun February 10, 2019 3:00pm
- City: San Rafael
- Email: [email protected]
- Price Range: Free to $20
- Tickets: 4154823579
Ghosts of Grass
The Wheel & Mythic Birds Waltz
Quartet No. 4 Amazing Grace
Eclogue Arr. for Piano Quintet
Susma's (Quartet no. 2: in memory of Hrant Dink