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Aeolus String Quartet
Former graduate string quartet at UT has graduated to teaching and a bustling career
Arts Story  November 22, 2013, by Natalie Zeldin
"...The Aeolus String Quartet spent two years as the Butler School of Music's first graduate string quartet in residence, during which its members apprenticed with the masterful Miró Quartet, UT's faculty string quartet in residence since 2007. Aeolus first violinist Nicholas Tavani described the period as "formative" for the quartet, developing such hard-to-pinpoint skills as how to achieve balance in the ensemble, how to communicate with one another during a performance, and nitpicky details like how to release the ends of notes in sync..."

Miró Quartet
The acclaimed string ensemble's second violinist of 15 years takes her leave
Arts Story  May 6, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...The Miró Quartet is losing its rock...."

Spectrum Dance Theater’s Rambunctious
The company’s program, with a new work inspired by the 1966 UT Tower shooting, spoke powerfully to our present moment
Arts Review  November 23, 2016, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Sigh, America – what can our country's artists tell us about ourselves? Spectrum Dance Theater, based in Seattle and headed by revered contemporary choreographer Donald Byrd, joined the top-notch New York-based Aeolus Quartet at the University of Texas for two performances of Byrd's dances to music by American composers. The dances were as varied as the music by Charles Ives, Aaron Copland, Vincent Persichetti, Charles Wuorinen, and Yevgeniy Sharlat..."

UT New Music Ensemble
This program of fresh work proved again why NME is one of Austin's hidden gems
Arts Review  February 18, 2011, by Michael Kellerman
"...a tone poem of a third up-and-comer, and a celebrated string quartet by NME Director Dan Welcher...."

Blist'ring Strings
This summer the Austin Chamber Music Festival really brings the heat
Arts Story  July 8, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...The composers represented on festival programs now go far beyond the usual suspects (those dead white guys in powdered wigs) to include writers of the 20th and 21st centuries, some of whom happen to live in Austin. The last few festivals have seen the Turtle Island Quartet playing a tribute to John Coltrane, Raul Jaurena & the Texas Tango Five playing a tribute to Astor Piazzolla, and the Tosca String Quartet playing a tribute to the Beat poets..."

Top of the Line
The nominees for the 2011 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 27, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Beethoven: String Quartet in F Major and Bolcom: Three Rags for String Quartet, Aeolus Quartet..."

Festival 2013 Schedule
Your guide to the 2013 Austin Chamber Music Festival
Arts Story  July 12, 2013
"...July 12: St. Petersburg String Quartet Program: Tchaikovsky, Nadarejshvili, Shostakovich..."

Art To Enchant
The winners of the 2010-11 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 10, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Adam Holzman with the Miró Quartet, Austin Goes Classical..."

All Over Creation: Mozart Was an Austinite
The spirit of innovation that drove the composer lives on in our city
Arts Column  February 15, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...The notes toss and turn, edging too close to one another and making unsettling chords – ominous, foreboding. Before it was played by the Aeolus String Quartet, Austin Chamber Music Center Artistic Director Michelle Schumann had alerted the crowd that the work wouldn't sound terribly discordant to ears a century past the cacophonies of Stravinsky and Schoenberg – indeed, today's standard-issue B-movie thriller comes with more jangling disharmonies than this Classical-era chamber work..."

Baby Grand
Visit from stork means shift in Schumann's concert schedule
DAILY Arts  January 9, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...The Mozart's Birthday concerts on Jan. 25 & 26 will go on just as advertised, with Schumann and the Aeolus String Quartet performing a trio, quartet, and a piano concerto by Wolfgang Amadeus..."

Fast Forward Austin 3
New music marathon blows the roof off Scottish Rite today
DAILY Arts  April 6, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...So they conceived of this eight-hour marathon, which was largely funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign – they reached their goal in four days – and secured space at Space 12 on East 12th. More than 150 people showed up to to hear line upon line percussion, the Austin New Music Co-op, the Aeolus String Quartet,the Bel Cuore Sax Quartet, student musicians from Anthropos Arts, and more playing everything from a minimalist masterpiece by Steve Reich to world premieres by Dan Visconti and Arnold Dreyblatt..."

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