mas·ter class – noun — a class, especially in music, given by an expert to highly talented students. . .
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in a professional quartet rehearsal or better understand how to take a piece of music from the ‘ho hum’ to the sublime? Now’s your chance! All four members of the Miami String Quartet lead an open-to-the-public lesson, working with four young ensembles in our Master Class Series.
Now is your chance to learn how groups hone and perfect a piece — get the inside scoop from watching some of the finest chamber musicians around teach the next generations of music enthusiasts and performers!
When: Friday, June 19th
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Where: Unity of Fort Collins, 1401 West Vine Street
Cost: Donations are welcome for admittance.
Meet Miami String Quartet
Praised in The New York Times as having “everything one wants in a quartet,” the remarkable Miami String Quartet has been recognized for its diversity in programming, keen sense of ensemble and impeccable musicality. For over 20 years, this has been one of the most sought after quartets in the US. A full listing of their commissions, premieres, awards and performances around the world can be found on their website.Quartet members: Benny Kim and Cathy Meng Robinson, violins; Scott Lee, viola; and Keith Robinson, cello.
The Miami String Quartet is graciously underwritten by Dr. Peter Springberg, MD and Lynnette Jung-Springberg.