MPR Video: Parker Quartet performs Béla Bartók's String Quartet No. 1
The Parker Quartet, including Daniel Chong, Karen Kim, Jessica Bodner and Kee-Hyun Kim, performed the third movement of Béla Bartók's String Quartet No. 1 in A minor live in studio at Classical Minnesota Public Radio.
The Parker Quartet Step Outside of the Concert Hall
The Parker Quartet performed at the "non-traditional" (at least for classical musicians) Varsity Theater in Minneapolis on April 15.
The Parker Quartet continues their Artists-in-Residence tour with a performance in Decorah, Iowa
The Parker Quartet's triumphant return from the north
The Parker Quartet just returned from the first leg of their tour, playing shows in Bemidji and Souix Falls. They shared some of their thoughts with us about the trip and their performances.
The Parker Quartet takes on Duluth
The Parker Quartet continued their Artist in Residence tour this week with a performance in Duluth on Tuesday night. Luckily, they didn't encounter any bears.
The Parker Quartet Heads North
The Parker Quartet begins the first leg of their Minnesota tour tonight in Bemidji. The group shared their thoughts on the impending trip.
Minnesota Monthly: A First for Four
Residency allows Parker Quartet to reach new audiences
The Washington Post: Parker String Quartet at Library of Congress
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The New York Times calls the Parker Quartet "something extraordinary." The Boston Globe hails their "fiercely committed performances." The Washington Post declares them "a quartet that deserves close attention." Just three months after winning the 2005 Concert Artists Guild Competition, the Quartet captured First Prize and the Mozart Prize at the Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition, sparking international acclaim. (Read more)
|The Parker Quartet residency activities are made possible in part by the Minnesota Legacy Amendment's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund|