The all-American Aeolus Quartet was formed in 2008 with a vision to share the permanent power of the string quartet repertoire with wide-ranging audiences. Based in New York City, the Quartet brings an equal dedication to all of its artistic endeavors, placing new and lesser known works side-by-side with the time honored masterworks of the medium.
Chatting about Beethoven with students at @trinitycollege before our show tonight! 7:30pm! @aactrin #trinarts
We've been having a wonderful week playing with the incredible @markmorrisdance group here in Philly-last show tonight at 8pm in the Annenberg Center!
Ready to play Beethoven 18 1, Ives 2, and Brahms G Major Quintet with the wonderful Yuri Gandelsman for the Chamber Music Society of Detroit! @cmsdetroit
Warning up for #Mozart Adagio and Fugue, #Ives 2, and Beethoven 131 in the beautiful Prebys Hall for @artpoweratucsd!
After a great #outreach week in Detroit and a wonderful time in DC with NOW, we're rehearsing in sunny San Diego for our concerts with @artpoweratucsd! Note the #palmtree in the background
We are ridiculously happy to announce that violist Caitlin Lynch is the newest member of the Aeolus Quartet! Caitlin has been a friend of the quartet’s since our undergrad days together at CIM, and today we could not be more excited to welcome her incredible musicianship and vibrant personality to the group. Check out our Spring 2018 schedule on the website to find out when we’ll be in your area. Let the adventures begin! #aeolusquartet #viola #eeeee
We would be honored to have you join us as we celebrate our violist of nine years, Greg Luce, as his time with the quartet draws to a close. We’ll also be announcing the newest member of the quartet in a performance of Brahms’ incredible viola quintet, op 111! Monday the 11th at 7:30pm, Unitarian Church of All Souls - it will be a party, hope to see you there! #stringquartet #surprise #violaparty #bignews
It is with the very fullest hearts (and not without a few tears!) that we Aeolites are bidding our dear Greg a fond farewell. He is embarking on the next stage of his life and career by making more time for his family, and rocking out in the pit with the national tour of a little show called "Hamilton" -you may have heard of it?? To thank him for 9 incredible years of laughter, travel, Hercules-voice, awesome viola playing, and some of the most inspiring musical moments that any of us could have ever hoped to have been part of, we want to send him off with a bang. Please join us DECEMBER 11 at 7:30PM at the UNITARIAN CHURCH OF ALL SOULS at 80th and Lexington. There will be music, memories, hugs, and even a little reception afterwards. We would love to see you there! Love, Nick, Rachel, Greg, and Alan