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“They play like well seasoned pros tuned into one another for years, but with so much exuberant passion they practically fall out of their seats. They are the future of chamber music. These musicians deserve all the prizes they continue to win. They are definitely on the rise with a bright future.”
Oregon ArtsWatch

“I cannot wait to hear the Zorá String Quartet again. Exquisitely well trained, supremely blended, and broadly intelligent in their playing, the Quartet makes you stop and listen very closely to their sound, fresh with sonic ideas in every phrase. What a great performance.”
The Calgary Herald

The Zorá String Quartet leapt to national attention in 2015, after capturing the Grand Prize and Gold Medal of the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, and First Prizes in the Coleman National Chamber Music and the Young Concert Artists International Auditions. The quartet has toured extensively ever since and last season, in addition to being named the Quartet-in-Residence at the Curtis Institute of Music, it was presented in New York and Washington, DC debuts in the Young Concert Artists Series followed by performances throughout the U.S. at Chamber Music Wilmington, the Lied Center of Kansas, the Paramount Theatre, Rockefeller University, Hayden’s Ferry Chamber Music Series, University of Florida Performing Arts, the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, and Chamber Music International. The 2017-2018 season also featured performances engagements in Paris, Salzburg, Berlin and Munich.

The name “Zorá” was chosen by Bulgarian professor Kevork Mardirossian; it means “sunrise” in Bulgarian.



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Date of Concert: April 13, 2019
Time of Concert: 7:30 pm
Venue: Wolfe Recital Hall, Fine Arts Center Music Building, Del Mar College East
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Dechopol Kowintaweewat, violin
Hsuan-Hao Hsu, violin
Pablo Muñoz Salido, viola
Zizai Ning, cello


Beethoven, String Quartet in G major,
Op. 18, No. 2
Wolf, Serenade
Brahms, String Quartet in A minor,
Op. 51, No. 2

On rare occasion, programs and/or concerts may be subject to change.