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Awards - 2013-2017

Colorado Creative Industries award


Chamber Music with the Veronika String Quartet is proud to receive 2016-2017 Colorado Creates award from the Colorado Creative Industries.


Pikes Peak Arts Council award 2014


The Veronika String Quartet is proud to become a recipient of the Colorado Springs' 2014 Pikes Peak Arts Council award for Outstanding Performance by a Small Group for the program "Transfigured Night".


Pikes Peak Arts Council award 2013


The Veronika String Quartet is honored and flattered by the Colorado Springs' 2013 Pikes Peak Arts Council award for Outstanding Performance by a Small Group for the program Around the World with the String Quartet: Austria.


Colorado Creative Industries award


Chamber Music with the Veronika String Quartet is proud to receive 2013-2014 Colorado Creates award from the Colorado Creative Industries.




A STEP HIGHER

 

2015-2016 Concert Season


Our 26th season, titled A Step Higher, is focused on the continuation of raising standards of music making. We would like to challenge audiences and ourselves musically, mentally and spiritually by taking on some of the most complicated works of chamber music. The season’s programs will include Ludwig van Beethoven's Op. 132, Joseph Haydn's Seven Last Words, quartets by Bela Bartok, Augusta Read Thomas, and Anton Webern. There is no doubt one will remember these concerts for a long time.


We are happy to present to you this season's distinguished guest artists. Pianist Dr. Angelina Gadeliya, nationally renowned recitalist and recording artist, will lead in Piano Quintet in F Minor, Op. 34 by Johannes Brahms. Dr. Gal Faganel, Assistant Professor of Cello at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC), Greeley, will join the group in Schubert's last chamber work, his Cello Quintet in C Major, D. 956, Op. posth. 163. And lastly, beautiful and warm mezzo-soprano of Sarah Barber will shine in Respighi's Il Tramonto.


All of our programs will be accompanied by pre-concert lectures, which will begin at 6:45 pm in Pueblo and at 1:15 pm in Colorado Springs.


Veronika String Quartet

This activity is supported by funding from the Colorado Creative Industries Division, a State Agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal Agency.

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