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The Dover Quartet is named Kennedy Center Quartet-In-Residence for Three-year Term

In 2018-2019, The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio-in-Residence at the Kennedy Center is joined by the Dover Quartet, the Center’s new Quartet-in-Residence. The season opens with the Dover Quartet’s return to the Fortas series in a concert that marks the beginning of a three-year term as the Kennedy Center’s Quartet-in Residence. 

In its new role during the 2018-2019 season, the ensemble performs on programs throughout the Kennedy Center – From the Fortas series to the Kennedy Center Composer-in-Residence Mason Bates’s KC Jukebox series. The Quartet’s residency is also intended to provide the ensemble with tools to expand their education footprint, developing a mobile capsule program, reaching school children while touring, and utilizing the Kennedy Center’s vast educational network throughout the United States. 

Equally at home in canonical repertoire as well as the newest reaches of contemporary classical music, the Dover’s first concert in its new capacity includes Webern’s Langsamer Satz, Schubert’s Quartet in G Major, and Bate’s From Amber Frozen. The Quartet plans to perform one of Bates’s string quartets in each of the first two years of its residency, and the Kennedy Center will commission a third string quartet for the Dover Quartet’s third year. 

Read the complete news release here.

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Congratulations to 21C artist Daniil Trifonov for winning the 2018 GRAMMY Award for Best Classical Instrumental Solo! Daniil released the album of Liszt’s Transcendental Études with Deutsche Grammophon in October 2016. View the full press release here.

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Just in: 21C artist Alisa Weilerstein has signed an exclusive, multi-album deal with PENTATONE. The first album, due this August, pairs masterworks of the First and Second Viennese Schools – two Haydn concertos with Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht – and marks the first collaboration of her new multi-season role as Artistic Partner of Norway’s celebrated TrondheimSolistene.

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