Quartet San Francisco Plays the Music of Raymond Scott
December 7, 2012; 7:30 p.m.; Gallery BRSVP on Facebook
Programmed by Sarah Cahill
RE@DS: Sam Sax 5:30 pm
Founded by Berkeley native Jeremy Cohen in 2001, Quartet San Francisco performs an eclectic program featuring the high-energy, zany compositions of Raymond Scott, used later as cartoon music but originally written for concert performance. Cohen and fellow violinist Matthew Szemela, violist Keith Lawrence, and cellist Kelley Maulbetsch have created a signature crossover style that has earned them invitations to tour China, Korea, Japan, and Turkey.
Please come early for best seating. A limited number of chairs will be available.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on November 30.
Before November 30, tickets are available exclusively to BAM/PFA members and Cal students, faculty, and staff. Admission to L@TE is $7; free for BAM/PFA members and Cal students, faculty, and staff. Advance tickets for members available online, in person at the BAM/PFA admissions desk, and by phone. Cal students, faculty, and staff may obtain advance tickets at the BAM/PFA admissions desk with valid Cal ID. If a show is sold out, rush tickets may be available at the door beginning at 8 p.m. Limited seating.
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L@TE is made possible by the Thomas J. Long Foundation and the continued support of the BAM/PFA Trustees. Special thanks to media sponsor East Bay Express and promotional partner Amoeba Music.