You are invited to experience history-in-the-making in January, February and March of 2014 as the internationally acclaimed Ariel Quartet publicly presents its first full Beethoven Cycle!
The Ariel Quartet wowed audiences throughout its inaugural concert season at CCM in 2012-13, leading Music In Cincinnati’s Mary Ellyn Hutton to observe, “There is a connectedness in their playing that extends beyond mere rhythmic and metrical precision into conceptual unity” and the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Janelle Gelfand to conclude, “They are establishing a new era that could rival that of the LaSalle.”
Dubbed “The Cycle,” the Quartet will present a series of six concerts in early 2014 featuring all 17 of Beethoven’s string quartets (including the “Große Fuge” or “Grand Fugue”).
Subscribe to all six concerts in “The Cycle” for just $90 and save 25% off single ticket prices!
The Ariel Quartet will complete its tour of Beethoven's String Quartets in the acoustically stunning Corbett Auditorium in a series of six concerts in 2014:
Characterized by its youth, brilliant playing and soulful interpretations, the Ariel Quartet has quickly earned a glowing international reputation. Previously the resident ensemble in the New England Conservatory's prestigious Professional String Quartet Training Program, the Quartet recently celebrated its tenth anniversary.
Winners of the Fischoff Grand Prize, they first started playing together as youths in Israel and have been performing around the world since.