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Enso String Quartet

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Monday-Tuesday, March 18-19., Monday March 18 | $30–$45.
 
In these Friends of Chamber Music concerts, the award-winning, young New York-based foursome, among the rising stars of the next generation of chamber ensembles, plays an early quartet by Mozart and the second quartets of both Benjamin Britten and Brahms on Monday. Tuesday’s fascinating program includes a quartet by 20th-century Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera (whose underrated work the group is helping revive), arrangements of folk and Renaissance tunes, and one of Beethoven’s finest, his A-major String Quartet No. 5.



Where: Lincoln Hall, Portland State University
Phone: 224.9842
Address: 1620 SW Park Ave.

 
 
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