THE ARTERY – From Ravel to Adès: Calder Quartet Fuses Old With New

…For Bulbrook and violist Moerschel, playing at Jordan Hall is a homecoming of sorts. The entire quartet lives in the Los Angeles area now, but both Bulbrook and Moerschel grew up near Boston — Moerschel’s father Joel recently retired after three decades with the BSO — and performed in youth and prep ensembles together. “It’s really special for us to play in Jordan,” Bulbrook says. “Jon and I started here, and played in lots of orchestra pre-college events at Jordan. When you’re a little kid practicing hard, you dream about these things.”

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  1. harriet rosenstein

    Magnificent performance last night at Jordan Hall. I wanted much more.
    At least one encore. Somebody objected: But they worked so HARD. And
    they did. New possibilities in old wonders–the Serioso, the Ravel.

    After hearing them 3 times, i feel I’d follow them anywhere.

    You guys need to know it was the weather, not your musicianship, that kept
    people home. What a splendid evening you gave us.

    A deep thank you.

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