“Few string quartets can command the stage like the Calder Quartet”—The Washington Post
In this thrilling collaboration by the imaginative Calder Quartet and dancer, choreographer, and Deaf artist and advocate, Antoine Hunter, audiences are offered an immersive and joyful journey into chamber music and dance – and a special insight into Beethoven’s Op. 130 String Quartet and Grosse Fugue, written toward the end of his life, when his hearing loss had a profound impact on his life and work.
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