Special Event: Altius Quartet – Clyfford Still Museum

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The musicians of the Altius Quartet pose with their instruments on a brick street with brightly colored murals behind them.

Special Event: Altius Quartet

Thu, Nov 7, 2019, 6–8 pm
Venue: Clyfford Still Museum
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Looking for a unique night out with friends or the perfect date night idea? Join us for an evening of music and art at the Clyfford Still Museum’s special event featuring the dynamic Altius Quartet. Start the evening by experiencing the Museum’s new exhibition Still: Elemental. Invigorate your senses with a concert by the award-winning and charismatic Altius Quartet, who have garnered an international reputation for furthering the art of chamber music to a wide variety of audiences. Enjoy light refreshments and immerse yourself in Still’s art with unique multisensory experiences in the Museum.

Deriving their name from the Olympic motto Citius, Altius, Fortius (Latin for Faster, Higher, Stronger), Altius strives to communicate art to a diverse audience through community engagement and innovative repertoire.  The Altius Quartet performs at music festivals, universities, and concert series throughout the U.S. and has released two highly praised albums, “Dress Code” and “Shostakovich String Quartets Nos. 7,8 & 9.” The special event will feature Janácek’s String Quartet No. 2, “Intimate Letters,” and Ravel’s String Quartet in F Major.

Altius is comprised of Joshua Ulrich and Andrew Giordano, violin; Andrew Krimm, viola; and its newest member Erin Patterson, cello.

Doors open 6 p.m.; performance begins at 6:30 p.m.; galleries will remain open until 8 p.m.
$30 | Registration Required
Light refreshments are included

Register here

This event is brought to you in partnership with our friends at Friends of Chamber Music.

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