Avalon will continue Beethoven cycle Feb. 1

Avalon QuartetNIU’s Avalon String Quartet will continue its complete Beethoven cycle at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the Boutell Memorial Concert Hall.

The Avalon will perform Quartets Op. 18 No. 4, Op. 74 and Op. 132.

The concert is free and open to the public, and the auditorium is accessible to all. For those unable to attend, this concert will be live-streamed.

Members of the Avalon Quartet are Blaise Magniere – first violin, Richard O. Ryan Endowed Chair in Violin; Marie Wang – second violin; Anthony Devroye – viola; and Cheng-Hou Lee – cello.

The members of the Avalon Quartet teach applied lessons and coach chamber music, and are active in their performance career bringing attention to the NIU School of Music from the concert stage and in other outreach activities.

They annually perform a number of concerts on campus and on a concert series produced by NIU at Symphony Center in Chicago.

Founded in 1995, the Avalon Quartet held residencies at NIU and the Hartt School, and prior to their appointment at NIU School of Music in 2007 was the faculty quartet-in-residence at the Indiana University-South Bend Raclin School of the Arts for four years.

For more information, contact Lynn Slater at (815) 753-1546 or via email at lslater@niu.edu.

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