The Manhattan Piano Trio returns to Fort Wayne's First Presbyterian Church Fine Arts Series! Program to be announced.
Formosa Quartet and Peter Wiley, cellist of the Guarneri Quartet and Beaux-Arts Trio, come together for a performance of one of Schubert's masterpieces — his String Quintet in C Major, D. 956! Don't miss this special collaboration!
Emmanuel Ceysson, harp
Lavinia Meijer, harp
Brandee Younger, harp
André Caplet: Conte fantastique
Philip Glass: The Hours
Gian Carlo Menotti: Cantilena e Scherzo
Claude Debussy: Danse sacree et danse profane
Formosa Quartet returns to NYO Canada, Canada's premiere chamber music and orchestral training program, as faculty ensemble-in-residence for their fourth summer! They will lead masterclasses, intensive chamber music coachings, and performances.
For more info, please visit NYOC.
Formosa Quartet is thrilled to perform at the Korean Cultural Center of Brussels presented in collaboration with Brussels-based concert series, MGConcerts.
Formosa Quartet performs at the Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Center in Blue Hill, Maine. Join them for a special open rehearsal on Friday, August 31 (9:00 AM) and performance on Sunday, September 2 (4:00 PM).
After an enthusiastic response from audiences in Montpelier and Middlebury, Formosa Quartet returns to Capital City Concerts for a folk-inspired program with artistic director and flutist extraordinaire Karen Kevra!
Formosa Quartet and the Eastern Michigan University Wind Symphony record Joel Puckett's Short Stories at Pease Auditorium.
Formosa Quartet completes their week-long residency at Eastern Michigan University with a special performance at Honors College.
Formosa Quartet joins Dr. Mary Schneider and the Eastern Michigan University Wind Symphony in a performance of Joel Puckett's Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Symphony, Short Stories.
Come observe the Formosa Quartet, Eastern Michigan University's guest artists-in-residence, in action as they rehearse masterworks from the string quartet repertoire. This event is free and open to the public.
Come observe the Formosa Quartet, conductor Mary Schneider, and the EMU Wind Symphony rehearse celebrated American composer Joel Puckett's Short Stories in preparation for their upcoming concert on February 15. The rehearsal will take place in Pease Auditorium — this event is free and open to the public.
Violin masterclass with Wayne Lee and Jasmine Lin at Alexander Recital Hall.
The Formosa Quartet is hosted by Eastern Michigan University for a week-long chamber music residency including a series of masterclasses, open rehearsals, and workshops on performance, community engagement, and career development.
The week will culminate with two concerts, a performance with Dr. Mary Schneider and EMU Winds Symphony of Joel Puckett's Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Symphony, Short Stories, and a special all-Formosa concert presented by Eastern Michigan University's Honors College.
Juliana Han presents a lecture-performance on the performance, historical, and collaborative issues of playing Bach on modern pianos, as illustrated through Bach's Sonatas for Violin and Keyboard, BWV 1014-1019.
Free and open to the public.
Albion — featuring Nicholas Phan, tenor
Matthew Locke & Henry Purcell: Selections from The Tempest and The Fairy-Queen
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Concerto Grosso
Benjamin Britten: Serenade for tenor, horn, and strings, Op. 31
Albion features some of the finest music to come out of England, performed with superstar tenor Nicholas Phan. Opening with a baroque set, the pure, profound lines of Purcell find echoes in the Britten, and the vivid, visceral Locke finds a friend in Vaughan Williams.
The Formosa Quartet is hosted by Aula Simfonia Jakarta in a string quartet program and an orchestral program. More information coming soon.
Formosa Quartet records their highly anticipated album, Song Recollection, which features Hungarian and Taiwanese folk-music-inspired works by Bartók and Lei Liang, alongside more elemental renditions of folk tunes that inspired them, by Dana Wilson and Wei-Chieh Lin.
Join the Formosa Quartet for a performance at Longwood University's Wygal Recital Hall.