Arnica Quartet to Play String Quartet No. 2 in Tacoma, Wash.

I’m really excited that my good friends in the Arnica Quartet will be performing my Second String Quartet at 7:30PM on Jan. 30 at the Annie Wright School in Tacoma, Wash. The program is a homecoming of sorts, as the group’s violist, Charles Noble, and I both grew up in nearby Puyallup. I’ll be there for the show, which also includes Samuel Barber’s String Quartet (most famous for its slow movement, which is best known as the Adagio for Strings) and a piece by my friend, Kenji Bunch. He’s a NW native too, having grown up in Portland, Ore.

It should be a fantastic concert! It’s being presented by the Second City Chamber Series, and you can read more about it here. Hope to see you there!

P.S. They’ll repeat the show again on Feb. 15 in Portland in case you miss this one!

Arnica screen shot

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