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Celebrity Series of Boston presents: Doric String Quartet with Benjamin Grosvenor, piano
NEC's Jordan Hall
Sat, April 22, 2023 8:00 PM,
(Ticket sales closed
Apr 21, 10:00 AM EDT)
The Celebrity Series of Boston is bringing it big on Saturday April 22nd to NEC's Jordan Hall and they'd like the Groupmuse community to join! We've got $20 tickets ($15 for Supermusers), a massive discount down from the list price of $65 for the illustrious Doric String Quartet with globally renowned pianist Benjamin Grosvenor.
The Doric String Quartet is a leading quartet of its generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across the globe. Their past performances have taken place in leading concert halls like the Berlin Konzerthaus, the Louvre, and Carnegie Hall, as well as regular performances at Wigmore Hall. For this concert, they'll be performing Beethoven’s “Serioso” Quartet and Haydn’s “Frog” Quartet.
Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor joins the Quartet for British composer Frank Bridge’s Quintet in D minor, written in 1904-05. Grosvenor “commands the stage with aristocratic ease” and “makes you sigh with joy” wrote the New York Times. He has been busy since his last Boston appearance, appearing as an orchestral soloist and recitalist across Europe and the United States, serving as an artist in residence at Wigmore Hall in 2021/22, and releasing recordings of Chopin, Liszt, and more on Decca Classics.
Whether or not you caught their sold-out Pickman Hall debuts, you must come hear where these artists are today and experience this collaboration that’s sure to amaze!
Groupmuse ticket buyers are instructed to pick up their tickets at the Will-Call table by the Beethoven statue before the performance.
Groups wishing to sit together are instructed to purchase tickets under a single reservation as seating is assigned.
What's the music?
Beethoven | Quartet in F minor, Op. 95 “Serioso”
Haydn | Quartet in D Major, Op. 50, no. 6 “The Frog”
Bridge | Quintet in D minor, H. 49