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Upcoming Concerts

Weekend of Chamber Music: Freedom of Expression
Saturday June 23rd at 3:00PM, 2018
An overview of the 2018 festival season with performance, discussion, multi-media, and a surprise guest or two.
Andrew Waggoner, Presenter & Violin; Caroline Stinson, cello
Catskill Art Society, 48 Main Street, Livingston Manor, NY 12758
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Faculty Member: NYU Summer Strings Program
June 25th to July 13th, 2018
The NYU Summer Strings Audition Workshop is open to today's most talented and promising young musicians, offering intensive training for entrance auditions, orchestral auditions and competitions. Chamber music is central to the workshop, and students receive regular coachings in addition to private lessons. The intensity of the schedule and exacting performance standards make SummerStrings most appropriate for serious, dedicated musicians ages 15-25. Other ages will be considered on a case by case basis.
NYU: Steinhardt School, New York, NY
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Latest News

Stinson Joins Ciompi Quartet at Duke : (April 19th, 2018)

Caroline is thrilled and honored to be joining the Ciompi Quartet and the faculty at Duke University beginning this fall. She is delighted at the opportunity to teach, perform and contribute to this wonderful culture of music making, and to extend it outward through projects, commissioning, recording and, most essentially, her work with the Ciompi Quartet.

Caroline Stinson has been appointed the new cellist in Duke University's Ciompi Quartet upon the retirement of Frederic Raimi from the group at the end of this season.

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Lark Quartet Performs In St Paul : (March 22nd, 2018)

A lovely article appeared in the Park Bugle ahead of the Lark Quartet's concert as part of the Schubert Club Park Series.

The Music in the Park Series will close its 2017-18 season with a unique concert and a musical residency celebrating the past and present Lark Quartet through music old and new, with the original quartet, founded in 1985 by St. Anthony Park cellist Laura Sewell, and the current Lark Quartet members.

The concert will take place Sunday, April 15, at 4 p.m. at St. Anthony Park United Church of Christ.

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Caroline Performs at Marble Collegiate Church : (December 5th, 2017)

Carol Wincenc and Friends performed selections from Bach's G Major Trio Sonata and Georg Philipp Telemann's Tafelmusik at Marble Collegiate Church on Sunday December 3rd.

Watch the video of the performance.

Reviews of Lark's Princeton Residencies Are In : (November 6th, 2017)

Lark had a wonderful time with the Princeton Symphony and recieved some fabulous reviews of their performance.

"The Quartet played with uniform intensity and solid communication among the players."

Town Topics - Nancy Plum

"The Lark Quartet was like a foursome of soloists, all four women playing furiously, but also listening to each other closely, balancing their individual voices with the needs of the ensemble."

US1 - Susan Van Dongen

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Aaron Jay Kernis: On Distant Shores
Aaron Jay Kernis: On Distant Shores
Solo and Chamber Music
(Pheonix USA, May 2015)

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