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Groupmuse House Concert: Mozart & Friends with the Ellinor Quartet

Past event
$10+ donation, RSVP required

Saturday, January 19, 2019 (PST) @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Ellinor Quartet

Groupmuse

Li-Ling Liao, violin
Christopher Lin, violin
Rafael H. Howell-Flores, viola
Janice Ching-Jung Lee, cello

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – String Quartet No. 15 in D minor, K. 421
Franz Schubert – Quartettsatz in C minor, D. 703
Franz Joseph Haydn – String Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 33 No. 2 “The Joke”

A Note from the Host
Hi! I’m excited to host another Groupmuse, this time with the Ellinor Quartet! Parking might be a bit of a challenge as this is Downtown. Bus stops are close by, e.g. the Convention Place Station with buses from/to U-District and Eastside – it’s about a 3-minute walk from there. There will be a few snacks and drinks, but not enough for all.

About Groupmuse
A groupmuse is a live classical music house party/concert. It’s casual, friendly, and intimate. Equal parts musical and social, it’s a way to enjoy yourself and enrich yourself. Anyone can host one, and anyone can come.

40 spots total, $10+ minimum payment to musicians, $3 reservation fee, bring your own drinks, ages 21+, wheelchair accessible, RSVP for exact location.


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