Vinca Quartet, Students of the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart
Jessica Tong (violin), Aaron Requiro (violin), Laura Seay (viola), An-Lin Bardin (violoncello)
String quartet Nr. 2 'Intime Brief' ('Intimate Letters')
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
string quartet in D minor, KV 421
Ludwig van Beethoven
String quartet Nr. 8 in E minor op. 59
Nr. 2 'Rasumowsky quartet 2'
The Vinca Quartet
Lauded by the press for its "stunning musicianship" (NYTimes) and "unforgettable performances" (Woodstock Times), the Vinca Quartet has won the hearts of both audiences and critics over the past few years. The group has made a name for itself with, for example, dynamic interpretations and a continually innovative program. The quartet has recently won internationally renowned prizes and has performed in concerts in such venues as Carnegie Hall (USA), Schloss Weikersheim (Germany) and Les Invalides (France). The members of the Vinca Quartet all studied as master students with well-known musicians or quartets, i.e Juilliard, the Cleveland, the Takacs and the Alban Berg Quartet. The group's broad-reaching musical training as well as each individual's interdisciplinary education has helped the quartet find its own signature musical expression. The name "Vinca" is derived from the Latin verb "vincere", which means as much as "triumph" or "conquer" and is meant to underscore the group's members' untamable musical passion. The Vinca Quartet did a master class with the Vogler quartet in fall of 2010.
Admission: 15 euros/reduced price 10 euros, not including public transportation
Tickets available at SKS Russ (Tel. 0711/163 53 21) and at the door: Charlottenplatz 17, 70173 Stuttgart
No assigned seating!
A concert series of the Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Rudolf Eberle Foundation.
With the friendly support of the State Castles and Gardens of Baden-Württemberg.