Concert Schedule

Kronos Quartet will be touring all year! View all venues and dates.

Sep27Brooklyn, New YorkBAM Harvey Theatre
Sep28Brooklyn, New YorkBAM Harvey Theatre
Sep29Brooklyn, New YorkBAM Harvey Theatre
Sep30Brooklyn, New YorkBAM Harvey Theatre
Oct7San Francisco, CaliforniaHerbst Theatre
Oct10Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaThe Centre in Vancouver for the Performing Arts
Oct12Calgary, Alberta, CanadaJack Singer Concert Hall
Oct13Calgary, Alberta, CanadaJack Singer Concert Hall
Oct14Calgary, Alberta, CanadaJack Singer Concert Hall
Oct25Portland, OregonArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Oct28Costa Mesa, CaliforniaSegerstrom Center for the Arts
Oct29Costa Mesa, CaliforniaSegerstrom Center for the Arts

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Swedish TV takeoverSeptember 22, 2017

A film of Kronos’ May 5th concert at Uppsala Konsert & Kongress will air on SVT 2 on Saturday, September 23, at 7:40PM. The program will feature recent works by Garth Knox, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Trio Da Kali’s Fodé Lassana Diabaté, Tanya Tagaq, and Nicole Lizée, as well as the world premiere of “The Riddle” by Sweden’s own Karin Rehnqvist. These pieces were composed for Fifty for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire, Kronos’ education and legacy project that is commissioning – and distributing for free – the first learning library of contemporary repertoire for string quartet. Kronos Quartet and Kronos Performing Arts Association are grateful to UKK for supporting this project as a Commissioning Partner.

The concert program will also include Terry Riley’s “One Earth, One People, One Love” from Sun Rings, and George S. Crumb’s Black Angels.

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My Lai featured on WNYC public radioSeptember 21, 2017

Today, tenor Rinde Eckert and composer Jonathan Berger appeared on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show to discuss My Lai: A monodrama for tenor, string quartet and Vietnamese instruments, which will be performed next week as part of BAM’s 2017 Next Wave Festival. Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle as “hauntingly beautiful” and “richly evocative” and by the Chicago Tribune as “absorbing” and “eloquent,” the chamber opera, composed by Berger with a libretto by novelist Harriet Scott Chessman, makes its New York debut September 27-30 at the BAM Harvey Theatre in Brooklyn (tickets are still available). Through an intimate character study of My Lai massacre whistleblower Hugh Thompson, Kronos, Eckert, and Vietnamese multi-instrumentalist Vân-Ánh Võ expose the tragedy and trauma of war. Listen to the interview >

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