features intimate concert with acclaimed Guarneri String Quartet
of the top string quartets in the world, the Guarneri String Quartet,
perform in California State University, Sacramento’s intimate
Music Recital Hall at 8 p.m., April 8 as part of the 11th annual
Festival of the Arts, April 3-12.
The Guarneri String Quartet is widely recognized throughout the
world. They’re revered for their rich sound and majestic playing,
and have performed internationally since their founding in 1964.
In addition to being part of the festival, their performance is
also one of four concerts making up this spring’s New Millennium
Concert Series. The series opened Feb. 9, and, in addition to Guarneri,
two other concerts remain – Ian Swensen (violin) and Gil Kalish
(piano) on March 16, and Richard Stoltzman (clarinet) and Lukas
Foss (composer/piano) on May 3.
Individual tickets for Guarneri and for the last concert in the
Millennium series are $25. Tickets to the March 16 concert are $15.
A subscription to the whole series is available for $60, and subscription
ticketholders will be invited to meet the Guarneri String Quartet
at a special post-concert reception.
Tickets are available from the CSUS Ticket Office at (916) 278-4323.
For more information about the Festival of the Arts, contact the
CSUS School of the Arts at (916) 278-ARTS or see the links from
the Festival of the Arts news release at www.csus.edu/news.
Media assistance is available from CSUS public affairs at (916)