The Brentano Quartet returned to Princeton with an unusual program. We'd love to know what you thought. Did you like the pairing of the Schubert and Webern pieces? If you attended the pre-concert talk by Professor Scott Burnham, did that help you make sense of what you heard, or change how you heard the music? How about the rarely played Elgar Quintet? Have you heard it before? Do you like it? Should we have Jonathan Biss back in recital? Lots of questions. Use the space below to share your answers, or add your comments about whatever you want us to know.
And, by the way, if you haven't already told us your preference for the start time of our concerts, you can take a quick, two-question survey here.
Finally, if you haven't yet experienced our Performances Up Close series, you've got one more chance this season on February 28, 2018 when the Danish String Quartet will be here. There are only a few tickets remaining. Tickets are just $25, and they come with a free Scandinavian dance class! Learn more here>
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