Apple Hill String Quartet with Christine Southworth
Redfern Arts Center
This well-known New Hampshire string quartet returns to the Redfern with a new program by Boston composer (and avid beekeeper) Christine Southworth including her bee-inspired work "Honey Flyers." The Apple Hill String Quartet has earned accolades from around the world for their interpretive mastery of traditional classical repertoire. Apple Hills' "music was exciting, engaging, and beautifully performed ...," according to The Monadnock Ledger. As 21st-century musicians, the quartet is deeply committed to the commissioning of new works, and partnered with Southworth, who is making groundbreaking music based on the interaction between science, technology, and creativity. The Boston Herald praises Southworth's music "as gently balladic (as it is) hard-driving and otherworldly."
This performance is funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts.
$20-$15, $5 KSC students
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