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The Calder Quartet is a string band based in San Francisco. It consists of Benjamin Jacobson and Andrew Bulbrook who play violin, Jonathan Moerschel, who plays the viola, and Eric Byers who plays the cello. The quartet has received a lot of praise from critics over the years. They have been prominently featured in the “New York Times”, being described as being “superb” and “outstanding”. Other critics have also not held back on their praise of them, most commonly stating that the band manages to capture the intended emotion behind every song that they play. And they have played nearly every tune there is, be it classical or contemporary—they are truly diverse performers. Top composers of the world want them to perform their tunes. Terry Riley, Christopher Rouse and Thomas Ades have personally reached out to them, inviting them to play their compositions. So if it’s a string instrumental music night that you want, then Calder Quartet tickets are what you are looking for.
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The quartet has truly been a part of musical ventures spread throughout the spectrum. They can ably play famous tunes by classical music geniuses Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn by day and perform as rock stars with “The Airborne Toxic Event” and “The National” by night. Their broad range and ability to adapt has introduced them to a number of different artists, all of whom have helped catapult them to the very top of their game. They have also recorded with and discovered some bright new talents who have used their expertise to establish themselves as capable composers. The foursome has mentored about 25 different musicians to this date. These include singers, songwriters and other string musicians that play for nearly every genre in the book. The Calder Quartet themselves have performed in every single venue one can think of; from rock clubs to Disney World, they have never turned down a chance of performing for their fans.
In 2013, Calder Quartet tickets will start to sell for their multiple shows. They will continue to perform at different places all over California for the rest of the month. Next, they will be playing at the “Blum and Poe” where they will stand alongside Terry Riley, who will be composing the score for the entire show. They will also play for Dave Muller, the DJ and singer for the “Calsbad Music Festival”. Recently, the quartet even performed at the “Hollywood Bowl” which took place in the USC. There, they paid tribute to all the lives lost in the September 11 incident. This season has, in fact, been packed with notable performances such as these. Others include their participation in the “Laguna Beach Festival”, where they joined Edgar Meyer and Joshua Bell in the lineup of entertainers. They even made an appearance at the “Edinburgh International Festival”. In the future, they are looking for a collaborative tour with “So Percussion”, a group consisting entirely of percussionists.
The Calder Quarter first came together at the “Thornton School of Music” in the “University of Sothern California”. They named themselves after the famous musician, Alexander Calder, who was and still remains their biggest musical inspiration. The four continued to study together where they gained knowledge different disciplines of music. They also attended the “Colburn Conservatory of Music” and “Julliard School”. Here they studied with other big names in music like Ronald Leonard. While they were at Julliard, they even earned an “Artistic Diploma” which enabled them to become the school’s resident quartet. To perfect their art, the four even went as far as Berlin where they had the honor of being taught by Eberhard Feltz. They spent their time in Europe well and collaborated with many artist of high caliber with the likes of Anne Marie McDermott, Joseph Kalichstein and Menahem Pressler.
Other than being apt performers, the four have become teachers of their own. They hold professional classes for “Colburn School”. They have also been the resident quartet for that school for the past four years. Other than that, they occasionally conduct classes at the “Julliard School” as well, along with the “University of Cincinnati”, “Cleveland Institute of Music”, and “USC Thornton School of Music”. The fact that they have gone back to their alma matters now as instructors and mentors only further shows that they have always proliferated higher than others in their talent for music. They have never disappointed in their shows, and audiences will be lucky if they can attend with cheap Calder Quartet tickets.
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