‘Live’ From Studio F - Jupiter String Quartet

September 21, 2016
Brian Moline and the Jupiter String Quartet in the WILL studios.

Host Brian Moline with (left to right) Liz Freivogel (viola), Daniel McDonough (cello), Meg Freivogel (violin), and Nelson Lee (violin) of the Jupiter String Quartet

Liz Murray/Illinois Public Media

The Quartet-in-Residence at the University of Illinois Urbana campus stops by our studios to preview their performance at the Allerton Music Barn Festival.

In this episode of "Live" from Studio F, we hear the Jupiter String Quartet perform a pair of movements from their upcoming performance.  First, they play the first movement of Beethoven's String Quartet Op. 18 No. 5.

Followed by the second movement of Dvorak's String Quartet Op. 51 No. 10.

Download the entire podcast to hear how the Jupiter String Quartet got started 15 years ago, what's involved in their position as Quartet-in-Residence, and what they have planned for their October concert with Nathan & Julie Gunn.

Jupiter String Quartet
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