We’ve got some fantastic guest cellists joining us for our upcoming concerts! Learn more about them here and we hope to see you in San Francisco, Oelwein, Muncie, or Ukiah!
This is not a 5-out-of-6 thing. We want it all!
If you are an experienced performer and would like to be considered for an audition, please personal message Jeremy via the QSF Facebook page. Include your resume and YouTube links.
Our congratulations go out to Kelley Maulbetsch who has some big changes ahead! She is getting married soon and, in the spirit of putting down roots, has decided to retire from QSF. Kelley came on board in March 2012 and is heard on Pacific Premieres: New Works by California Composers (2013) and three QSF Singles digital releases (White Rabbit, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Encuentro Pasional, 2013).
“I thoroughly enjoyed these years,” said Kelley. “Our travels around the globe, bringing the music of QSF to people everywhere, is something I will always cherish.”
We are so grateful for her years of hard work and dedication to the group. It gave us great pleasure to collaborate and travel with her, and we wish her the very best in her coming endeavors, both musically and in her married life!
QSF heads off to China for real…soon…come out and see us!
Dailan Nov 21 (Dailan Developing Zone Theater)
Yingkou Nov 23 (Yingkou Art Center)
Jinan Nov 26 (Jinanlishan Theater)
Beijing Nov 27 (Donggong Theater)
Beijing Nov 28th (National Grand Theater)
Baoding Nov 29 (Baoding Zhili Grand Theater)
Nanchang Dec 1 (Jiangxi Center)
Xuzhou Dec 2 (Xuzhou Musical Hall)
Zhengzhou Dec 3 (Zhengzhou Musical Hall)
Liuzhou Dec 5 (Liuzhou Grand Theater)
Here we go, folks! If you are in South Korea, here is where you can see or hear us play!
Hwaseong Art Hall (Gyeonggi-do) on October 26th.
Daegu Hyundai Department Store (Daegu) on October 29th.
TBS Studio (Seoul) is having us in the studio for a radio interview at 3:00.
And our final concert is at ULSAN KBS Hall (Ulsan) on November 4th.
We are looking forward to seeing our friends, fellow string players, and fans in wonderful South Korea!
Thank you, Strings Magazine! Read the full article here.