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Contra Costa Times
Kronos, at 40, has changed the game for string quartets
Violinist David Harrington remembers being 14 years old, already a well-formed music fanatic, staring at a globe of the world "and realizing at that moment," he says, "that all the string quartet music I knew was written by four guys who lived in the same city, and that seemed absurd."
Storied Kronos Quartet turns an unthinkable 40
The Kronos Quartet today: violinists John Sherba and David Harrington, cellist Sunny Yang and violist Hank Dutt.
All About Jazz
Quartet San Francisco: Pacific Premieres
Gone are the days of the insular string quartet that turns its back on anything and everything outside of the classical canon.
The Miami Herald
New Glass fares best in Kronos Quartet's wide-ranging program
A mostly youthful audience greeted the Kronos Quartet at Bailey Hall on the campus of Broward College in Davie, the ensemble's first South Florida appearance in many years.
The National's Bryce Dessner: "My Favorite Contemporary Classical Works"
The National's Bryce Dessner has just released his recording debut as a composer of contemporary classical music.
Kronos Quartet comes to New Orleans with a Philip Glass premiere
The Kronos Quartet will perform on November 14, 2013 at the Contemporary Arts Center, 900 Camp St., New Orleans.
SF Classical Voice
Bryce Dessner: A Musician for Every Space, and Beyond
In August, San Francisco's Kronos Quartet performed with the acclaimed indie rock band The National at the Outside Lands Festival in Golden Gate Park.
Bryce Dessner and Kronos Quartet
Of all modern classical groups, Kronos Quartet have been the most visible, the most ambitious and the most surprising.