Formosa Quartet completes their week-long residency at Eastern Michigan University with a special performance at Honors College. Their program includes works by Schubert, Dvorak, and Beethoven.
Formosa Quartet joins Dr. Mary Schneider and the Eastern Michigan University Wind Symphony in a performance of Joel Puckett's Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Symphony, Short Stories.
Come observe the Formosa Quartet, Eastern Michigan University's guest artists-in-residence, in action as they rehearse masterworks from the string quartet repertoire. This event is free and open to the public.
Location: Alexander Recital Hall
Hailed as “spellbinding” (BBC Music Magazine) and “remarkably fine” (Gramophone), internationally acclaimed guest artists-in-residence, the Formosa Quartet, will lead a presentation focusing on performance, community engagement, and career development at Eastern Michigan University's School of Music & Dance.
Join the Formosa Quartet for two instrumental masterclasses.
4:00 PM (Alexander Recital Hall) — Violin Masterclass with Jasmine LIn and Wayne Lee
4:00 PM (200 Alexander Music Building) — Viola and Cello Masterclass with Che-Yen Chen and Deborah Pae
The award-winning Formosa Quartet is hosted by Eastern Michigan University for a week-long chamber music residency including a series of masterclasses, open rehearsals, and workshops on performance, community engagement, and career development.
The week will culminate with two concerts, a performance with Dr. Mary Schneider and EMU Winds Symphony of Joel Puckett's Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Symphony, Short Stories, and a special all-Formosa concert presented by Eastern Michigan University's Honors College.