Opportunities to help the Friends:
As we expand the role of the Friends to help the Quartet remain in Milwaukee, we need assistance in several capacities as we plan forthcoming projects. If you have experience with planning events, writing newsletter notes, assisting with publicity, coordinating volunteers, or other skills, we would like to hear from you. Please chat with us at the next concert, or call or write to let us know of your interests.
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The third Fine Arts Quartet in the season series begins at 3pm at the Zelazo Center
String Quartet in A Major, K.464 | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Allegro non troppo
Hallelujah Junction for Two Pianos (1996) | John Adams (1947-)
Luis Magalhaes and Nina Schumann, duo pianists
Grande Simphonie Concertante for Two Pianos and String Quartet, Op.63 | Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-1812)
Rondo: Allegro moderato
A pretalk begins one hour before the concert at 2:00 P.M.
The Fine Arts Quartet has been collaborating with HiBrow Film to record and publish performances on the Internet.
Recent videos of the Fine Arts Quartet can be viewed online.
See especially, the interview with all four members of the quartet recorded at the National Gallery of Art earlier in 2014.
You are invited to attend the Quartet’s open rehearsals at the Zelazo
Center on the Saturday just before each of their Sunday concerts. The
next open rehearsal starts at 12 noon, November 8.
“On That Note,” with Cellist Robert Cohen and Bonnie North of Lake
Effect on WUWM, has become a regular program on Milwaukee Public Radio
late in the morning on the first Monday of each month. WUWM has
created this new series for Robert and Bonnie to chat about music
and related topics throughout the year to include occasional live or
recorded musical examples. These will also be available for listening
on the internet and downloading as a podcast. Additionally, the Fine
Arts Quartet is to come to the WUWM studios to record some music and
chat for broadcast in advance of each of the Quartet’s UWM Zelazo