Concert Schedule

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

Jan25New York, New YorkZankel Hall
Jan28Lexington, KentuckyHaggin Auditorium, Mitchell Fine Arts, Transylvania University
Jan30Santa Fe, New MexicoLensic Performing Arts Center
Feb6San Francisco, CaliforniaCaroline H. Hume Concert Hall, San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Feb13Berkeley, CaliforniaZellerbach Hall
Feb18University Park, PennsylvaniaEisenhower Auditorium
Feb28San Jose, CaliforniaRothschild Performing Arts Center
Mar13Washington, D.C.Lisner Auditorium, The George Washington University
Mar17Denver, ColoradoJune Swaner Gates Concert Hall, University of Denver
Mar19Boulder, ColoradoMacky Auditorium Concert Hall, University of Colorado Boulder
Mar21Cambridge, MassachusettsSanders Theatre, Harvard University


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Kronos receives NEA Grant for Kronos Festival 6January 15, 2020

The National Endowment for the Arts has announced more than $27 million in grants that will provide Americans opportunities for arts participation. Kronos Performing Arts Association is grateful to receive an Art Works – Music grant to support the organization’s sixth self-produced Kronos Festival.

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Art Works is the NEA’s principal grantmaking program. Learn more >

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Sun Rings receives Grammy nod for engineering excellenceNovember 21, 2019

Congratulations to Kronos’ longtime (and often unsung) collaborators Leslie Ann Jones, Robert C. Ludwig, John Kilgore, and Judith Sherman. They have all been nominated, as well as our artistic director, founder and violinist David Harrington, by the Recording Academy for the Best Engineered Album, Classical, Grammy Award for their engineering, mastering, and mixing work on our most recent Nonesuch Records release Terry Riley: Sun Rings.

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Engineer Leslie Ann Jones with assistant engineer Dann Thompson at Skywalker Sound during the Sun Rings recording sessions / credit Lenny Gonzalez

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