A renowned classical music ensemble takes on some of the greatest opera masters in their next recording. The Grammy-nominated Enso String Quartet is in demand around the world for performances as well as master classes and workshops for musicians of all skill levels and students from all walks of life. They also partner with a number of organizations to provide music and workshops for those living with special needs.

The Enso String Quartet (Maureen Nelson, violin/John Marcus, violin/Melissa Reardon, viola/Richard Belcher, cello) performed part of the first movement from Verdi's String Quartet in E Minor, then founding member Richard Belcher joined Margaret to share a brief history of the ensemble, which has garnered numerous awards and recorded several albums over the past ten years. Their upcoming recording, STRING QUARTETS OF THE GREAT OPERA MASTERS, is set for release in 2014 and was funded through a Kickstarter project.

The Enso String Quartet will perform at Town Hall Seattle on Wednesday, November 5. The concert begins at 7:30pm. Please click the link above for more information and to purchase tickets.

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Click here to watch short film in which the quartet explains the inspiration behind STRING QUARTETS OF THE GREAT OPERA MASTERS.

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