Parker String Quartet Tickets
Details of Parker String Quartet and the Ticket Luck value
Parker String Quartet is up on the ladder of success and shining bright at the moment. This talented musical group has bagged the Cleveland Quartet Award along with the 'Best Chamber Music Performance' in last year's Grammy. The New York Times has described the group as "something extraordinary". They have quickly carved a niche for themselves as one of the classical musical groups of the contemporary world. They are known for their original performances in different kinds of venues.
The words polished and refined perhaps best capture the stage presence created by the Parker Quartet. It comprises of Karen Kim (violin), Daniel Cong (violin), Kee-Hyun Kim (cello) and Jessica Bodner (viola), all of who are in their mid-twenties. If you are looking to have a lively and engaging time, then buy the Parker String Quartet tickets and enjoy the show with your family and friends!
Jessica Bodner's playing is perhaps the most distinctive. Together as a group, the Parker String Quartet exhibits a very fresh approach. Their music is deep and all four of them are still maturing as both artists and individuals. Their performance is brilliant; the kind that touches your soul.
The question that arises is this: is the Parker String Quartet really all that good or is it mere hype? The truth is these youthful individuals are really as talented as the news seems to project. All four group members bring something new to the ensemble. They each have their own distinct personalities and musical strengths and the strong bond amongst all four of them is made quite obvious with the way they play. An exchange of ideas, emotions and moods can be detected in the way these young individuals play their musical instruments.
Some of the famous pieces performed by the Parker String Quartet include Felix Mendelssohn's final work. His music is based on the theme of the death of his sister and his own death less than a month away. The music is soulful and deep and the Parker String Quartet play it to perfection, their instruments depicting the desperation, anxiety and finally an acceptance of death that the music is based on. Another piece played by them is titled 'Third String Quartet' which was composed by Leon Kirchner. The soundtrack includes the sounds of beeps and blips, very much similar to the kind you hear on video games. The Parker Quartet did a brilliant job of carrying out the sound to perfection, putting emphasis on the sorrow that the piece is supposed to depict. Not only that but they managed to bring in the element of urgency to this song that could easily have sounded boring and old fashioned.
One of the unique things about the Parker String Quartet is how the ensemble exhibits both individual and group talent. Daniel Choong showcases his talent in playing the leading lines; Kee-Hyun Kim displays depth along with strength while Karen Kim and Jessica Bodner show their assertiveness.
Purchase the Parker String Quartet tickets to witness live, the music of this youthful, incredibly talented group. The quartet contributes to the overall music production in its own special way. Their music is passionate, lively, upbeat and refreshing. All of these factors definitely set them apart from the rest and make this group and their music truly unique.
The group performed recently at the 'University Center for the Arts'. They played three music pieces that are rather demanding and challenging. However they played it with the robustness and authenticity with which much more experienced groups play. While playing Debussy's work, the group played the music exactly the way it is meant to be played, not leaving out the sensations brought out in the music in the original performance. Another remarkable performance by them was that of Johannes Brahms. The group tackled the song with elegance and poise, their music reflecting their enthusiasm and self-confidence. People who bought Parker String Quartet tickets for these events claim that it was worth every penny spent!