Monday, January 26, 2009

Arnica Quartet performs concert this Wednesday at OHSU

The Arnica Quartet will perform a concert of works by Mozart and Prokofiev at the OHSU Auditorium this Wednesday at noon and its free. The Quartet consists of four musicians who are also members of the Oregon Symphony: violist Charles Noble, cellist Heather Blackburn, and violinists Shin-young Kwon and Fumino Ando. For this season, Ando replaces Sarah Roth, who has taken a leave of absence.

More specifically, the concert program consists of Mozart's "Adagio and Fugue," K. 546 and Prokofiev's Quartet No. 2 in F-major, Op. 92.

The OHSU Auditorium is located at the Old Library Building the Marquam Hill Campus (aka Pill Hill). For more information about the concert, see Charles Noble's blog posting here.

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