Concert Schedule

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

Feb2Kronos Festival 2017: Opening NightSFJAZZ Center, San Francisco
Feb3Kronos Festival 2017: Day 2SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco
Feb4Kronos Festival 2017: Family ConcertSFJAZZ Center, San Francisco
Feb4Kronos Festival 2017: Day 3SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco
Feb9Chapel Hill, North CarolinaMemorial Hall, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Feb11New York, New YorkJudy and Arthur Zankel Hall
Feb12Purchase, New YorkPepsiCo Theatre, Purchase College
Feb18Geneva, SwitzerlandVictoria Hall
Mar4Washington, D.C.Sixth & I Historic Synagogue
Mar7New York CityThe Greene Space at WNYC & WQXR

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“An uplifting antidote:” Reviews from this weekend’s SoCal concertsJanuary 23, 2017

“Kronos Quartet’s concert Friday evening at Sherwood Auditorium was an uplifting antidote to Donald Trump’s inaugural address. Trump proposed, ‘America first.’ Kronos countered with ‘One Earth, One People, One Love.’ Everything on the program was commissioned by Kronos, and their choice of composers celebrated inclusivity… It was a typical Kronos Quartet program, yet it assumed special significance.” –  The San Diego Union-Tribune

“In the last quarter of the 20th century, [Kronos Quartet] revolutionized everything in string quartet country and beyond… The quartet remains as geographically, politically and spiritually feisty as ever. Forget about genre; Kronos made that an irrelevant term ages ago. The place to begin is probably politics. The string quartet serves better than just about anything I can think of as a salvation from all that is going on right now from which you may desperately crave respite… Kronos was founded in the early 1970s specifically to play George Crumb’s ‘Black Angels,’ a string quartet in protest of the Vietnam War. Kronos has never stopped taking a stand.” – Los Angeles Times

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