The Resident String Quartet from the Curtis Institute Performs in Corning
| November 11, 2019
Corning Civic Music Association welcomes the Vera Quartet and pianist Meng-Chieh Liu for a concert of music by Bright Sheng, Cesar Franck, and Ludwig van Beethoven. Cellist Justin Goldsmith joins us by phone to talk about the program, how the quartet formed, and a little about the Curtis on Tour program.
Photo credit: Ryan Brandenberg
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