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Campbell Hall At UCSB
Apr 23 2016
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Calder Quartet have always been highly appraised by the critics and listeners due to their wide array of the works in their repertoire as well as their ability to perform those works in a way that truely represents the mental state of the creator. The group can be seen performing the works of composers like Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven as well as performaning with rock bands such as the Airborne Toxic Event or The National. The Calder Quartet also had a chance of performing with their composers like Thomas Ades, Terry Riley and Christopher Rouse; who’ve preferred them for the performances of their works.
WHile Calder Quartet are known for collaborating with various artists across the different genres which range from classical to contemporary music; they are also known for playing the role of mentors for many of the aspiring composers of our time. They have also commissioned more than twenty five works to some of those aspiring composers. With their performances, the Calder Quartet intends to their audience through a magical musical journey inspired by the innovation and genius of Alexander Calder. As the group intends to swing by a number of venues this time around, you have the chance of catching them live with cheap Calder Quartet tickets.
During their 2010-2011 season, the Calder Quartet gave live performances at a number of venues nationwide including performances at the Washington Performing Arts Society, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the Melbourne Festival, BRAVO Vail Valley Festival and the Carnegie Hall. They also performed a live concert alongside the award winning pianist Gloria Cheng in New York at the Le Poisson Rouge.
The quartet started off their most recent 2011-2012 season with an unforgettable performance in Berkley alongside the composer Thomas Ades. Apart from that they also staged their performance along with DJ Dave Muller and composer Terry Riley in Los Angeles at the Blum & Poe Gallery. During that season they also performed in Carlsbad at the Carlsbad Music Festival. In September they also performed at the Hollywood Bowl and before that at an event held at USC. Throughout the season, they also performed at various other high profile events such as the Edinburgh International Festival, Jacaranda: Music at the Edge in Santa Monica, Esterhazy Palace in Austria, and at Laguna Beach Festival featuring Edgar Meyer and Joshua Bell.
The quartet also toured with the Airborne Toxic Event and Andrew W.K all across the North America. They’ve also performed in Knoxville at the Big Ears Festival, Walt Disney Concert Hall and at the New Haven’s International Festival of Arts and Ideas. They were also at the Presidential Inauguration at the University of Southern California with Andrew Norman. The group also featured and performed live on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Morning Becomes Eclectic, Late Night with Jimmy Kimmel, the Late Show with David Letterman, the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and the Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien.
The Calder Quartet has had professional relationship with composers like Christopher Rouse, Terry Riley and Thomas Ades for a long period of time. It was in 2006, when the quartet shared the stage with Terry Riley for the first time during the Minimalist Jukebox Festival organized by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Quite recently, the Calder Quartet has also commemorated Riley’s 75th birthday with the release of a limited edition vinyl. For the first time in decades, the group also became the first quartet to have Christopher Rouse write a work exclusively for them. This work, which premiered during their 2010-2011 season, was under commission by Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Jolla Music Society, New Haven’s International Festival of Arts and Ideas and Carnegie Hall. Even for this coming season, Calder Quartet has loads in store for their listeners so quench your musical thirst this season with Calder Quartet tickets.