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Technical Brilliance: Tesla Quartet will Dazzle on the Back Deck
Lot of Strings
30, 8:00 PM
their “superb capacity to find the inner heart of everything they
play, regardless of era, style, or technical demand” (The
International Review of Music), the Tesla Quartet brings
refinement and prowess to both new and established repertoire. This
appearance marks the 60th outdoor performance at the Morris
Museum since July 2020, and Tesla’s 6th outing in the
technical brilliance and emotive musical prowess will dazzle
audiences yet again on the Back Deck. This time they will bring their
signature musicianship to works by Haydn, Ravel, Jessie Montgomery,
and Grazyna Bacewicz.
Each 8X8 block
is $50.00 and includes two patrons. Don’t forget, BYOB and BYO chairs
and picnics with live music under the sunset! In the event of
inclement weather, concerts will be held inside the Bickford Theatre.
All patrons will have to wear face masks while inside the Bickford
Theatre. An indoor picnic area will be provided if the concert is
the San Francisco Chronicle as “…an incredibly
valuable addition to the cultural landscape” and “powerfully adept…
with a combination of brilliance and subtlety,” the Telegraph Quartet
was awarded the prestigious 2016 Walter W. Naumburg Chamber Music
Award and the Grand Prize at the 2014 Fischoff Chamber Music
Competition. Telegraph brings their intelligent and virtuosic slant
to works by Ravel and Schoenberg.
to the Back Deck with a stellar group of musicians for program that
pays homage to the legendary early jazz greats with his signature mix
of musicianship, charm, and insight. This Show will likely SELL OUT
fast, get your tickets early!
Montague doesn’t give concerts; she gives an experience. And there is
no better place to experience her jazz phenomenon than on the Morris
Museum’s Back Deck! A native of Newark, Antoinette is known for her
vocal talents, radio talk show on WHCR, and as a mentor to countless
credits: Artists performing on The Back Deck by Jack Grassa. Telegraph Quartet, photo courtesy
Lisa Marie Mazzucco. Additional images courtesy the artists.
Museum thanks Will and Mary Leland for their leadership gift for the
2022 Lot of Strings season, and founding Lot of Strings donor,
F. Gary Knapp, for his continued generosity.
Museum gratefully acknowledges generous operating support from the