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Concert: Bozzini Quartet

February 22, 2018
Fullerton Hall
$5 students, $5 members, $10 nonmembers

The Montreal-based Bozzini Quartet performs a diverse program of works by contemporary composers Martin Arnold, Cassandra Miller, and Linda Catlin Smith. 

Presented with the Frequency Festival

This program is partly made possible with generous support from the Consulate General of Canada in Chicago, Délégation du Québec à Chicago, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and the Canada Council for the Arts.

Support for Live Arts programming is provided by the Woman’s Board of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Museum admission is free for Illinois residents every Thursday, 5:00–8:00—including during this event.

About the Artist

Since 1999, the Bozzini Quartet has been an original voice in new, experimental and classical music. With rigorous qualitative criteria, they have nurtured a vastly diverse repertoire, unbiased by the currents of fashion. This has led to over 180 commissioned pieces, as well as close to 300 other premiered works. A Bozzini Quartet concert is an art happening, with meticulous and sensuous attention to detail.

The Bozzini Quartet produces and presents its annual concert series in Montreal. The group also tours extensively, bringing its “intense musicality and immense sensitivity” (Musicworks, Canada) to audiences across Canada, the US, South America, and Europe. To ensure continual development in their art, the quartet’s musical laboratories—the Composer’s Kitchen, Performer's Kitchen, and Bozzini Lab—work to mentor and support new generations of composers and performers. The Bozzini Quartet records under its own label, the Collection QB, and can be heard regularly on European and Canadian radio.