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String Quartet to debut on November 7 at UIndy
Joined by internationally recognized pianist Orli Shaham, this new Indianapolis-based string quartet comprised of violinists Zach De Pue and Austin Hartman, violist Michael Strauss and cellist Austin Huntington will make its debut in the Ruth Lilly Performance Hall on Monday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m. This Faculty Artist Concert Series performance is presented by Katz, Sapper & Miller. Concerts are free to the public and L/P credit is available for UIndy students. Online registration is requested.
This is the first of two featured performances by the newly-formed quartet on this season’s Faculty Artist Concert Series. The November 7 program will open with Mendelssohn’s turbulent String Quartet in F Minor, Op. 80. It originally bore the subtitle “Requiem for Fanny” and was written in honor of his deceased sister. Alberto Ginastera’s characterful String Quartet No. 1 follows. This work vividly portrays the flavors of Argentinean life on the Pampas and also celebrates the 100th anniversary of the composer’s birth. The evening will culminate with Ms. Shaham joining the quartet for a performance of Brahms’ beloved Piano Quintet, Op. 34.
Guest pianist, Orli Shaham is a consummate musician recognized for her grace and vitality. She has established an impressive international reputation as one of today’s most gifted pianists. Ms. Shaham is in demand for her prodigious skills and admired for her interpretations of both standard and modern repertoire.