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Composer: Vrebalov, Aleksandra (b. 1970)

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Year of birth1970
NationalitySerbia
Period20th century
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Gershwin, Mingus, Riley, Vrebalov, Giddens, Anderson, Reich
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Kronos Quartet premieres in NYC

Kronos Quartet © Jay Blakesberg
If the Kronos Quartet had their way, every new slice of contemporary music would be a string quartet. In the basement of Carnegie Hall, the Kronos Quartet premiered three new works and one newish work to celebrate the life of Kronos’ dear friend, Larry Neff.
****1
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Brooklyn Youth Chorus with Kronos Quartet at Roulette

Kronos Quartet  ©  Zoran Orlic
Roulette has never looked so snazzy: the usual dishevelled hipsters were replaced by well-dressed audience members of all ages, wearing heels rather than flannel, drinking from wine glasses rather than beer bottles.
****1
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Kronos Quartet in compelling works by Reich and others at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Kronos Quartet  ©  Jay Blakesberg
The program page for Kronos Quartet’s program at the Cleveland Museum of Art on 18 January was typical of their concerts: a daunting list of mostly unfamiliar composers and every work either written or arranged for Kronos (David Harrington and John Sherba, violins; Hank Dutt, viola; and Jeffrey Zeigler, cello).
****1
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Prom 14: An overdue debut from the Kronos Quartet

The Kronos Quartet make their Proms debut  ©  BBC / Chris Christodoulou
It's remarkable that the 39-year-old Kronos Quartet had never played at the Proms before this Tuesday evening, but they seemed set for making up on lost time, with a literally spectacular performance of a typically diverse range of works from around the world.
***11
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