The Biava String Quartet
Hazak and Astral Artists present The Biava String Quartet, Nov 15, at 7 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. 1901 Kresson Road. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. to music lovers of all ages.
The cost is $18. For reservations call 751–6663.
The event is supported by the TBS Endowment Fund.
The Biava Quartet joined the Astral Artists roster as a winner of its 2009 National Auditions, and is recognized as one of today’s most exciting young American string quartets. The group is the subject of an upcoming PBS documentary film. The program features compositions of Russian Jewish musicians who were denied audiences in the Stalin Era.
Astral Artists is a Philadelphia based, non-profit classical music organization whose mission is to discover the most promising classical musicians residing in the United States, assist their early professional career development, and present their world-class artistry to the community through concerts and outreach programs.
Hazak will be holding a special afternoon book discussion of All Other Nights by Dara Horn, Nov. 17, at 1:15 pm
Bev Anderson will lead the discussion at Temple Beth Sholom, 1901 Kresson Road. Join us for refreshments and an afternoon of adventure. There is a $5 contribution for guests, and members are no charge. Call 751–6663 for information.