The Aeolus Quartet

The Aeolus Quartet Columbia Residency

Presented in collaboration with the University Concert Series

February 6-8, 2020

Three days of social and working interaction with one of America’s brightest young chamber music groups. This wonderful opportunity brings the Aeolus Quartet to Columbia to work with all string players in the area.

“The players have clearly developed the inner rapport needed for a successful quartet. They listen to each other, and they listen for the beneath-the-surface things a composer is telling them through a score. What was most rewarding…was the way the Aeolus Quartet combined smoothly meshed technique with a sense of spontaneity and discovery.”

 

Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun

Day 01

February 6 | 7:00 pm | Missouri Theatre

Aeolus Quartet Recital

Please join us and enjoy a quartet recital at the Missouri Theatre presented in collaboration with the University Concert Series. The Quartet is comprised of violinists Nicholas Tevani and Rachel Shapiro, violist Caitlin Lynch, and cellist Alan Richardson. The Aeolus Quartet has been awarded prizes at nearly every major competition in the United States and performed across the globe.

Tickets are available through the Missouri Theatre Box Office.

Day 02

February 7 

Columbia Area Middle and High School Visits

Aeolus will visit Columbia area middle and high schools to perform and talk to students about heir lives as professional musicians. Students will have opportunities to either hear, play for, and/or work with the members of the quartet. The group will work with students in a master class or group ensemble setting, sharing their knowledge and love of string music.

Day 03

February 8 | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm | MUMC

String Master Class

All Columbia string students are invited to attend a master class held at Missouri United Methodist Church. Selected students will play for each member of the quartet and receive tips and advice as all other students of that same instrument listen and watch. Any pre-formed quartets are invited to play for the quartet master class in the afternoon. This day includes two round table discussions.

This class is free to attend. Please register prior to the event date by following the link below.

Click ‘Learn more’ to visit the official Aeolus Quartet website and see more about their history, musician bios, and upcoming events.