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Jerusalem Quartet

BRETT CAMPBELL
3 pm Sunday, 7:30 pm Monday-Thursday, March 10-14., Sunday March 10 | $30–$45.
 
One of the most impressive events of the classical season commences with this acclaimed young foursome’s complete traversal of one of the 20th century’s most monumental musical achievements: Dmitri Shostakovich’s 15 string quartets. Each program contains three or four of the Russian composer’s often ferocious masterpieces. This landmark Friends of Chamber Music/March Music Moderne extravaganza also boasts a borscht of free events, including talks on the composer, Soviet culture of his time and the quartet cycle; at Multnomah County Central Library on Saturday afternoon, there will be a roundtable discussion with the players, an open rehearsal and more.




Where: Lincoln Hall, Portland State University
Phone: 224.9842
Address: 1620 SW Park Ave.

 
 
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