Inbal Segev, cello, & The Aizuri Quartet: July 3 at 6PM - SOLD OUT


Luigi Boccherini, String Quintet in D Major, G. 365, op. 49, no. 1 (1794)

Robert Schumann, String Quartet Op. 41 No. 1 in A Minor 

Alexander Glazunov, Quintet for two cellos

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A much beloved artist of the Tannery, Israeli cellist INBAL SEGEV, is a true original. Combining “thrillingly projected, vibrato-rich playing” (Washington Post) with “rich tone, secure presence and complete technical mastery” (Jerusalem Post), her performances are distinguished by their artistic maturity, intense focus and rare interpretive depth.

“Inbal Segev's instrument is older than Bach (a Ruggieri from 1673), but she produces vibrant notes and offers long, lovely phrases without stinting on smaller articulations.” (Washington Post)

Through their engaging and thought-provoking programs, branded by THE NEW YORK TIMES as “genuinely exciting” and “imaginative," the AIZURI QUARTET has garnered critical acclaim for bringing “technical bravado and emotional power” to bold new commissions and for their “flawless” performances of great masterpieces of the past.

Praised by the Washington Post for captivating performances that draw from its notable “meld of intellect technique and emotions” the Aizuri Quartet was awarded the Grand Prize at the 2018 M-Prize Chamber Arts Competition, along with top prizes at the 2017 Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in Japan, and the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in London.

The Quartet’s debut album, Blueprinting, featuring new works written for the Aizuri Quartet by five American composers, was released by New Amsterdam Records and nominated for a 2019 GRAMMY Award.