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MOLLY FEATURED IN SANDI KLEIN’S PODCAST:

Solera quartet joins Kirshbaum associates PR roster


carr-petrova duo on tour


solera Quartet @ the chamber music society of lincoln Center

January 31st @ 6pm in the Rose Studio; the Solera Quartet joins CMS Resident Lecturer Bruce Adolphe for an exploration of Beethoven's "Razumovsky" String Quartet, Op. 59, No. 3.

Watch Inside Chamber Music live 1/31 and on demand 72 hours following the event --> https://cmslc.nyc/2nnQ8mr


solera quartet @ danbury prison

The Solera Quartet will complete its first week-long "Musical Immersion Residency" in Danbury Federal Correctional Institution in January 2018. In collaboration with Teaching Artist Daniel Levy, the quartet led residency participants through a week of intensive delving into Beethoven's Op. 95 String Quartet, offering composition and improvisation workshops, lecture/demonstrations, & interactive performances. The participants will be encouraged to compose original musical works in response to Beethoven's Op. 95 String Quartet. The Solera Quartet and Daniel Levy will finish out the residency by returning to Danbury FCI for a final day of celebration and music-making on March 6th, 2018.

FOLLOW THEIR JOURNEY AS THEY BLOG ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCES: 

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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM HYDERABAD, INDIA! 

December 27th - January 5th SOTA RESONANCE MUSIC FESTIVAL

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PROJECTS

project: music heals us

PMHU presents interactive classical music performances to diverse audiences by artists of the highest caliber in order to provide encouragement, education, and healing, with a focus on elderly, disabled, rehabilitating, incarcerated, and homeless populations.

 

SOLERA QUARTET

The New York City-based Solera Quartet is the Quartet in Residence for Project: Music Heals Us' Prison Residencies Program. As winners of the 2017 ProMusicis International Award - the first and only American chamber ensemble chosen for this distinction - they will make their Carnegie Hall debut in October 2018.

 

Carr-Petrova Duo

Violist Molly Carr and pianist Anna Petrova's performances have been described as "Brilliant, elegant, and explosive..." Learn more about how they are using music for social change.

 

NOVEL VOICES

Novel Voices is a project which hopes through art to help raise awareness about the lives and struggles of refugees across the globe, while also educating its participants and audiences on what can be done to help and how the layman can get involved.