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The DalĂ­ Quartet is acclaimed for bringing Latin American quartet repertoire to an equal standing alongside the Classical and Romantic canon. Tours of it's Classical Roots, Latin Soul programming have reached enthusiastic audiences across the U. S. , Canada and South America. It's fresh approach has been sought out by distinguished series in New York, Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, Seattle, San Juan and countless communities beyond. The quartet has been called upon for return engagements at the National Gallery of Art, Friends of Chamber Music in Portland, Chamber Music at Beall, and the SA'OAXACA International Music Festival in MĂ©xico among others. Upcoming appearances include the Bravo!Vail Music Festival, Virginia Arts Festival, Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts and Maverick Concerts. In addition to works of the masters from Haydn to Brahms and Amaya to Piazzolla, the group's adventurous and entertaining programming includes new works for quartet with percussionist Orlando Cotto, and quintets both Latin and Classical with the renowned clarinetist Ricardo Morales, principal clarinetist of The Philadelphia Orchestra, and with acclaimed pianist Vanessa Perez. The DalĂ­ Quartet has an ongoing collaboration with the Van Cliburn Competition's gold-medal winning pianist Olga Kern, with whom they have toured from coast to coast and recorded the piano quintets of Brahms and Shostakovich released on the Delos label. The DalĂ­ Quartet is the 2021 recipient of Chamber Music America's Guarneri String Quartet Residency, funded by the Sewell Family Foundation, and the 2021 Silver Medal at the inaugural Piazzolla Music Competition. The quartet is also the 2019 recipient of the Atlanta Symphony's esteemed Aspire Award for accomplished African American and Latino Musicians. The DalĂ­ is devoted to audience development and to reaching communities of all kinds. The group's Latin Fiesta Workshops and Family Concerts in both traditional and innovative settings move listeners - literally! The DalĂ­ Quartet is sought after for master classes and professional development workshops for students, (recently at the National Repertory Orchestra, Miami University, Michigan State, the University of Wisconsin, and the University of Iowa) and has opened musical vistas for younger kids with it's week-long Any Given Child programs (over three seasons for the Tulsa Public School System). In addition, the quartet's International Music Festival is an admired chamber music and orchestral program founded in 2004 which develops the performance skills of young musicians up through semi-professional level. The DalĂ­ has also served as a guest resident ensemble at Lehigh University. Trained by world-renowned artists, members of the DalĂ­ Quartet are from Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the US, and have degrees from esteemed institutions including the New England Conservatory, Cleveland Institute of Music, Juilliard, Indiana University Bloomington, and the SimĂłn Bolivar Conservatory in Caracas, Venezuela. The quartet is based in Philadelphia, PA. The quartet serves as faculty at West Chester University Wells School of Music as the Quartet in Residence, and is an Iris Collective Resident Ensemble.
The DalĂ­ Quartet is acclaimed for bringing Latin American quartet repertoire to an equal standing alongside the Classical and Romantic canon. Tours of it's Classical Roots, Latin Soul programming have reached enthusiastic audiences across the U. S. , Canada and South America. It's fresh approach has been sought out by distinguished series in New York, Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, Seattle, San Juan and countless communities beyond. The quartet has been called upon for return engagements at the National Gallery of Art, Friends of Chamber Music in Portland, Chamber Music at Beall, and the SA'OAXACA International Music Festival in MĂ©xico among others. Upcoming appearances include the Bravo!Vail Music Festival, Virginia Arts Festival, Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts and Maverick Concerts. In addition to works of the masters from Haydn to Brahms and Amaya to Piazzolla, the group's adventurous and entertaining programming includes new works for quartet with percussionist Orlando Cotto, and quintets both Latin and Classical with the renowned clarinetist Ricardo Morales, principal clarinetist of The Philadelphia Orchestra, and with acclaimed pianist Vanessa Perez. The DalĂ­ Quartet has an ongoing collaboration with the Van Cliburn Competition's gold-medal winning pianist Olga Kern, with whom they have toured from coast to coast and recorded the piano quintets of Brahms and Shostakovich released on the Delos label. The DalĂ­ Quartet is the 2021 recipient of Chamber Music America's Guarneri String Quartet Residency, funded by the Sewell Family Foundation, and the 2021 Silver Medal at the inaugural Piazzolla Music Competition. The quartet is also the 2019 recipient of the Atlanta Symphony's esteemed Aspire Award for accomplished African American and Latino Musicians. The DalĂ­ is devoted to audience development and to reaching communities of all kinds. The group's Latin Fiesta Workshops and Family Concerts in both traditional and innovative settings move listeners - literally! The DalĂ­ Quartet is sought after for master classes and professional development workshops for students, (recently at the National Repertory Orchestra, Miami University, Michigan State, the University of Wisconsin, and the University of Iowa) and has opened musical vistas for younger kids with it's week-long Any Given Child programs (over three seasons for the Tulsa Public School System). In addition, the quartet's International Music Festival is an admired chamber music and orchestral program founded in 2004 which develops the performance skills of young musicians up through semi-professional level. The DalĂ­ has also served as a guest resident ensemble at Lehigh University. Trained by world-renowned artists, members of the DalĂ­ Quartet are from Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the US, and have degrees from esteemed institutions including the New England Conservatory, Cleveland Institute of Music, Juilliard, Indiana University Bloomington, and the SimĂłn Bolivar Conservatory in Caracas, Venezuela. The quartet is based in Philadelphia, PA. The quartet serves as faculty at West Chester University Wells School of Music as the Quartet in Residence, and is an Iris Collective Resident Ensemble.
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Label: CENTAUR
Rel. Date: 06/23/2023
UPC: 044747392325

Voces Latinas
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The DalĂ­ Quartet is acclaimed for bringing Latin American quartet repertoire to an equal standing alongside the Classical and Romantic canon. Tours of it's Classical Roots, Latin Soul programming have reached enthusiastic audiences across the U. S. , Canada and South America. It's fresh approach has been sought out by distinguished series in New York, Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, Seattle, San Juan and countless communities beyond. The quartet has been called upon for return engagements at the National Gallery of Art, Friends of Chamber Music in Portland, Chamber Music at Beall, and the SA'OAXACA International Music Festival in MĂ©xico among others. Upcoming appearances include the Bravo!Vail Music Festival, Virginia Arts Festival, Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts and Maverick Concerts. In addition to works of the masters from Haydn to Brahms and Amaya to Piazzolla, the group's adventurous and entertaining programming includes new works for quartet with percussionist Orlando Cotto, and quintets both Latin and Classical with the renowned clarinetist Ricardo Morales, principal clarinetist of The Philadelphia Orchestra, and with acclaimed pianist Vanessa Perez. The DalĂ­ Quartet has an ongoing collaboration with the Van Cliburn Competition's gold-medal winning pianist Olga Kern, with whom they have toured from coast to coast and recorded the piano quintets of Brahms and Shostakovich released on the Delos label. The DalĂ­ Quartet is the 2021 recipient of Chamber Music America's Guarneri String Quartet Residency, funded by the Sewell Family Foundation, and the 2021 Silver Medal at the inaugural Piazzolla Music Competition. The quartet is also the 2019 recipient of the Atlanta Symphony's esteemed Aspire Award for accomplished African American and Latino Musicians. The DalĂ­ is devoted to audience development and to reaching communities of all kinds. The group's Latin Fiesta Workshops and Family Concerts in both traditional and innovative settings move listeners - literally! The DalĂ­ Quartet is sought after for master classes and professional development workshops for students, (recently at the National Repertory Orchestra, Miami University, Michigan State, the University of Wisconsin, and the University of Iowa) and has opened musical vistas for younger kids with it's week-long Any Given Child programs (over three seasons for the Tulsa Public School System). In addition, the quartet's International Music Festival is an admired chamber music and orchestral program founded in 2004 which develops the performance skills of young musicians up through semi-professional level. The DalĂ­ has also served as a guest resident ensemble at Lehigh University. Trained by world-renowned artists, members of the DalĂ­ Quartet are from Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the US, and have degrees from esteemed institutions including the New England Conservatory, Cleveland Institute of Music, Juilliard, Indiana University Bloomington, and the SimĂłn Bolivar Conservatory in Caracas, Venezuela. The quartet is based in Philadelphia, PA. The quartet serves as faculty at West Chester University Wells School of Music as the Quartet in Residence, and is an Iris Collective Resident Ensemble.


        
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