Clinton String Quartet

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Clinton String Quartet

The Clinton String Quartet provides concert-hall-quality music for weddings, receptions and parties, as well as recitals and formal concerts.

As one of the foremost New York wedding bands, the quartet repertoire includes a variety of Chamber Music and other New York wedding music styles as well as private party styles appropriate for concert settings or background music. The quartet can also provide the highest quality of music available in smaller ensembles.

Clinton String Quartet performances

The Clinton String Quartet performs public and private concerts of both classical and pops programs. Several of these concerts have been recorded and broadcast by Syracuse area classical music stations, particularly those concerts which have included new works by area composers. Engaged regularly by religious organizations, especially during holiday seasons, the quartet has also recorded the sound tracks for numerous radio and television advertisements.

Clinton String Quartet CDs

This Quartet currently has one New York Classical Music CD available and is planning the release of another in the near future. They are one of the premier New York String Quartets and they perform regularly for the Syracuse Society for New Music. All the members of the Clinton String Quartet have been members of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra for over 15 years.

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4 responses to “Clinton String Quartet”

  1. Larry McGinn says:

    “The musicians played superbly. Pitch was secure despite the dampness earlier in the day, and they performed with plenty of dash, which must have warmly impressed the composer, who was present for the concert.”
    “The performance was wonderful. Who could have thought that full justice could be done to the score outdoors? The playing was taut and dramatic: no incisive gesture was not given its full due.”
    — Larry McGinn, Syracuse Post Standard

  2. Larry McGinn says:

    “From the start, it was clear that the quartet is on intimate terms with the searing emotions of the piece. The playing was technically fine, but the vivid insight and the gripping tension they brought to the music made it memorable.”
    “. . . striking . . . overwhelming.”
    — Larry McGinn, Syracuse Post Standard

  3. Martin Heresniak says:

    “. . . cellist George Macero and violist Kit Dodd partnered beautifully in an extended duet which was reiterated just as gracefully by (violinist Michael) Bosetti and violinist Vladimir Pritsker.”
    — Martin Heresniak, The Ithaca Journal

  4. David Abrams says:

    “. . . Consequently, the ensemble is first-rate, demonstrating a thorough level of comfort in communicating with the audience and with each other.”
    “. . . breathtaking in its flawless execution.”
    — David Abrams, Syracuse Post Standard

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