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The Dover Quartet Performs Live on Classical 101 Friday at 11 a.m.

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The Dover String Quartet

The New Yorker has called the Dover Quartet "the young American string quartet of the moment." You'll have a chance to hear why when the Dover Quartet joins me live on Classical 101 Friday at  11 a.m.

The quartet will talk about their work as one of the most-watched new quartets on the international scene today. They'll also perform a preview of their upcoming concert on the chamber Music Columbus series.

Since winning a clean sweep at the 2013 Banff International String Quartet Competition, the Dover Quartet has performed hundreds of concerts around the world. The group is the first quartet-in-residence at Philadelphia's prestigious Curtis Institute of Music. And although still a relative newcomer to the international stage, the Dover Quartet is the recipient of a new work written expressly for them by composer David Ludwig.

Tune in to join me and the Dovers Friday at 11 a.m. - live on Classical 101!

Jennifer Hambrick unites her extensive backgrounds in the arts and media and her deep roots in Columbus to bring inspiring music to central Ohio as Classical 101’s midday host. Jennifer performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago before earning a Ph.D. in musicology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.