Date(s) - Oct 11, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Clarion Quartet, an ensemble of world-class musicians who perform with the Pittsburgh Symphony, provides suppressed composers with a long overdue voice and celebrates their genius through performance, education, and advocacy.
The inspiration to form the Clarion Quartet came when Tatjana Chamis, Associate Principal Viola for the Pittsburgh Symphony, was asked to perform a program of chamber music by Jewish composers from the Holocaust. Chamis approached three of her colleagues in the Pittsburgh Symphony: violinists Marta Krechkovsky and Jennifer Orchard, and cellist Bronwyn Banerdt. All four make chamber music a regular part of their artistic activity along with their schedule in the orchestra, and so the prospect of a chamber performance had immediate appeal. Clarion gave its debut performance in Pittsburgh, and the feeling at its conclusion was almost palpable, a spark of wonder that represented a harbinger of something greater.
Read more about the Clarion Quartet and their commitment to music, advocacy, and social justice at their website: https://www.clarionquartet.com/ .
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Refreshments will be available for purchase before the show and during intermission.
Advance tickets are $25 (Adults) and $10 (Students K-12) through Brown Paper Tickets. Tickets day of show are $30/$15. Credit card processing fees apply.