Parker Quartet brings a Beethoven marathon to Columbia
Marking 10 years of its artistic residency at the USC School of Music, the chamber group is partnering with Historic Columbia to perform all 16 of Ludwig van Beethoven’s string quartets—and the composer’s visionary Grosse Fuge—across six venues in the capital city.
In this Sonatas & Soundscapes interview that aired Wednesday, March 22nd, host Bradley Fuller speaks with Tayloe Harding, Dean of the University of South Carolina School of Music. Harding shares about the 10th anniversary of the Parker Quartet’s residency at USC and the formidable Beethoven cycle the chamber group is performing throughout Columbia March 23rd-30th.
More information about the six concerts and their programs can be found at the USC School of Music website.
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