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Vol. LXVII, No. 4
February 13, 2015
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MSQ in 26th Year of Entertaining at NIH
The Manchester String Quartet—shown above in mid-concert and at bottom, taking a bow—is now in the midst of its 26th year of providing world-class classical music concerts for free in Masur Auditorium. The musicians (middle, clockwise, from l)—Marissa Regni, violin; Glenn Garlick, cello; Abigail Evans, viola; and Hyun-Woo Kim, violin

The Manchester String Quartet—shown above in mid-concert and at bottom, taking a bow—is now in the midst of its 26th year of providing world-class classical music concerts for free in Masur Auditorium. The musicians (middle, clockwise, from l)—Marissa Regni, violin; Glenn Garlick, cello; Abigail Evans, viola; and Hyun-Woo Kim, violin—presented “Romantic Classicism,” Mendelssohn Quartet in D Major, Opus 44 on Jan. 26. Future concert dates—all Mondays and all of which begin at 12:30 p.m. in Masur—are Feb. 23 (Brahms Quartet in B flat Major, Opus 67), Mar. 9 (Borodin Quartet #2 in D Major), May 4 (Britten Quartet #2 in C Major, Opus 36) and May 18 (Dvorak Piano Quintet in A Major, Opus 81). The series is made possible by the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences. For reasonable accommodation, contact Sharon Greenwell at (301) 496-4713 or email sg115f@nih.gov.

Photos: Ernie Branson

Marissa Regni Glenn Garlick
Hyun-Woo Kim Abigail Evans
The musicians (from l) Abigail Evans, Marissa Regni, Glenn Garlick and Hyun-Woo Kim

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