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King’s Theatre is thrilled to present the THALEA STRING QUARTET in a concert produced by DEBUT ATLANTIC during Covid times.
Top prize winners at both the 2018 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and the Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition, the Thalea String Quartet is dedicated to bringing timeless music to audiences from everywhere. Praised for their “vibrant performance” and “sincere expressivity” (SF Classical Voice), the quartet has performed recitals across Europe, China, and North America, and has appeared at the Kennedy Center, Massey Hall, and Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall. From living rooms to concert stages around the world, the Thalea String Quartet aims to connect with audiences on a musical, emotional, and personal level, from first-time listeners to string quartet aficionados.
The concert program highlights the quartet’s interest in exploring diverse voices and influences in classical music, including African-American composer Florence Price’s Five Folksongs in Counterpoint, and a work by Canadian Inuk composer Tanya Tagaq. Join Thalea as the quartet members speak about their experiences during the pandemic, the seismic changes taking place in the music world, and how their roles as artists and musicians have changed over the past six months. All this, while re-igniting the joy and excitement of performing some of the greatest chamber music ever composed.
We’re offering the whole concert online. Pay What You Will, starting at $5, and you’ll be able to access the show for seven days from the time of purchase. Sit back and enjoy!
Purchase a 7-day pass to access the Thalea String Quartet Concert online.
After completing your purchase you will receive an email with your login details, and an email with a link to the video.