Tertulia presents the Attacca Quartet
Monday, January 20, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Please join Tertulia Chamber Music and the Attacca Quartet in concert.
Tertulia is a chamber music series that is designed to attract audiences committed to concert-going and revelry. Our concept is simple: we bring chamber music concerts to restaurants around the city, and musicians and audiences share an evening of music, food, drink and conversation.
Monday, January 20, 2014 | 7:00 p.m.
Brio Flatiron - 960 Broadway at 21st Street
First Prize winners of the 7th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in 2011, top prizewinners and Listeners’ Choice Award recipients in the 2011 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and winners of the Alice Coleman Grand Prize at the 60th annual Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in 2006, the internationally acclaimed Attacca Quartet has become one of America's premier young performing ensembles. Join Tertulia at Brio Flatiron on Monday, January 20th for a musical and culinary feast.
John Adams’ John’s Book of Alleged Dances
Beethoven String Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1
Fanny Mendelssohn String Quartet in E-flat
When & Where
Tertulia is a chamber music series that is designed to attract audiences committed to concert-going and revelry. The idea is simple: we bring live chamber music to different restaurants around the city, and musicians and audiences share an evening of music, food, drink and conversation.
Tertulia strives to bring balance to the concert experience. In doing so, we embrace two constants above all else: respect the musicians during performance, and allow time for audiences to enjoy dinner, drink and conversation. There are three performances separated by two extended intermissions. The format and program is designed to enhance the social and culinary experience, but at all Tertulias, the music is paramount.
At Tertulia we believe that anyone, young or old, can fall in love with classical music. Musicians’ passion for their art is contagious, which is why removing the distance between artist and audience is so critical. While beautiful concert halls will never be obsolete, there are limiting factors that make it challenging to engage new, younger listeners. It is Tertulia’s mission to bring classical music to broader audiences by diversifying the concert experience through creative presentations using non-traditional venues.
Find more at www.tertulianyc.org.