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“The sound of the quartet is warm and rich, the phrasings distinctive and expressive, among the best of the quartets of our day.”
— Eugene Lehner, Kolisch Quartet
ARTARIA INSIDE THE MUSIC
Friday, October 30 @ 7pm
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Our outdoor shows have been a real blessing for us during the Covid Closures, and thanks to all you attending - the reception has been enthusiastic!
Now that snow has arrived in Minnesota, our next event, titled WORLDS APART, will be pre-recorded and then broadcast "Live" on Friday, October 30. It will feature a wonderfully enchanting two-movement work by Taiwanese composer Lu Yun.
“Temples in Taiwan are often referred to as Gong Miao. It is a collective term for Gong, Dian, Miao, Ci, Tan, Guan, Tang, Si. It is a place for religious ceremonies. Taoism, Buddhism and local beliefs are the most popular religious beliefs in Taiwan and often these divine Gods and Goddesses of different faiths will ‘live’ in the same temple. This is one of the interesting features of Taiwan’s religious culture.
“This work is inspired by the memory I shared with Kronos’ David Harrington during our trip to Longshan Temple in 2010. It is divided into two movements: the first, ‘Meditation,’ is intended to show the solemnness of Gong Miao. The second, ‘Religious Parade,’ will represent the liveliness of the festival." ~ Lu Yun
Verdi: String Quartet
Lu Yun: Temples in Taiwan
Shostakovich: String Quartet No.3
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Thank you for your continued support, and for welcoming us into your homes as we continue to grow and change, going forward gracefully and inclusively.
With warmest regards,
Ray, Nancy, Annalee, and Patty
Artaria String Quartet