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Heifetz Hear & Now: Borromeo String Quartet
October 2, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree - $150.00
The Heifetz Institute presents Hear & Now – a chamber music concert series at Mary Baldwin University’s Francis Auditorium in Staunton, Virginia. The debut concert in the series features the Borromeo String Quartet, the Heifetz Institute’s Ensemble in Residence led by Artistic Director Nicholas Kitchen. Program to include:
- Haydn: String Quartet in C Major, Op. 74 No. 1
- Bartók: String Quartet No.1, Op. 7, Sz.40
- Debussy: String Quartet in G minor, Op. 10
2PM Pre-concert Conversation | 3PM Concert
VENUE & DIRECTIONS
Francis Auditorium @ Mary Baldwin University 227 E. Frederick Street Staunton, VA
Free parking available both at MBU lots and on East Frederick Street (see a campus map here)
Series Pass: $150 includes priority reserved seating and complimentary admission to the Heifetz Holiday Homecoming Concert (December 16 at Francis Auditorium)
Individual Tickets: $25
Free Admission for MBU Students (must register in advance & present valid student ID at the door)
$5 tickets for all other students (must register in advance & present valid student ID at the door)
Children 12 and under free
Reserved seating available through the ticket form below
Accessible seating available (indicated in red on the seating map)
Groups welcome – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about group rates.
Please note – face masks are strongly encouraged for all audience members for the health and safety of our artists, staff, and community.
THE BORROMEO STRING QUARTET
Each visionary performance of the award-winning Borromeo String Quartet strengthens and deepens its reputation as one of the most important ensembles of our time. Admired and sought after for both its fresh interpretations of the classical music canon and its championing of works by 20th and 21st century composers, the ensemble has been hailed for its “edge-of-the- seat performances,” by the Boston Globe, which called it “simply the best.” Learn more.