Duke Performances

Ciompi Quartet

Saturday, September 29; Saturday & Sunday, November 17 & 18; Saturday, February 16; Saturday, March 30



Since its founding in 1965 by the renowned Italian violinist Giorgio Ciompi, the Ciompi Quartet of Duke University has delighted audiences and impressed critics around the world. All its members are professors at Duke, where they teach instrumental lessons, coordinate and coach chamber music, and perform across campus in concert halls, libraries, dormitories, and classrooms. In a career that spans five continents and includes many hundreds of concerts, the Ciompi Quartet has developed a reputation for performances of real intelligence and musical sophistication, with a warm, unified sound that allows each player’s individual voice to emerge.

In 2018/19, Caroline Stinson joins the Quartet, replacing Fred Raimi as cellist. Her refined musical voice, brilliant instrumental technique and distinguished history as a solo and ensemble player augur an exciting new chapter in the distinguished history of the Ciompi Quartet. In addition to Stinson, the Ciompi Quartet includes Eric Pritchard, first violin; Hsiao-Mei Ku, second violin; and Jonathan Bagg, viola.

In addition to their mainstage concerts in Baldwin Auditorium, the Ciompi are offering a pair of free concert programs:

Remembered, Imagined, Reimagined featuring Eliza Bagg, Soprano
Saturday, November 17 • 8 PM | Sunday, November 18 • 4 PM
von der Heyden Studio Theater at the Rubenstein Arts Center

Lost and Found
Saturday, February 16 • 8 PM
Nelson Music Room



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