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    Bohemian Quartet, A Family Concert

    Presented by at Shalin Liu Performance Center

    July 12, 2014


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    Bohemian Quartet, A Family Concert

    The Bohemian Quartet was formed in 2005 by violinist and conductor Stan Renard with the idea of preserving the tradition, and indulging in the virtuosic playing style of Romany, or “Gypsy” music, along with related Eastern European folk styles. Together they have made a commitment to the genre, and continuously aspire to perform it with both reverence and adventure. The group has a passion for the deep-rooted authenticity of the...

    The Bohemian Quartet was formed in 2005 by violinist and conductor Stan Renard with the idea of preserving the tradition, and indulging in the virtuosic playing style of Romany, or “Gypsy” music, along with related Eastern European folk styles. Together they have made a commitment to the genre, and continuously aspire to perform it with both reverence and adventure. The group has a passion for the deep-rooted authenticity of the Romany tradition, as well as the ability to play this historic repertoire with extraordinary joie de vivre. Free, no tickets required.


    Shalin Liu Performance Center

    37 Main Street
    Rockport, MA 01966

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    Free, no tickets required



    phone: 978 546 7391


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