The Miro Quartet. Courtesy photo
Taos School of Music, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious summer chamber music schools, announces the addition of the highly-acclaimed Miro Quartet to its 2014 summer faculty.
“We are thrilled that the Miro Quartet will be joining us for the 2014 season, as faculty members and guest artists,” Kathleen Anderson Knox, executive director of Taos School of Music said.
The Miro will join a roster of distinguished faculty that includes Michael Tree, founding member of Guarneri String Quartet, pianists Robert McDonald and Thomas Sauer, the Borromeo and the Brentano String Quartets.
The Austin, Texas based Miro Quartet performs internationally and is hailed by the New York Times as,possessing “explosive vigor and technical finesse.” The Miró Quartet ranks as one of America’s highest-profile chamber groups.
Based in Taos Ski Valley, Taos School of Music gives music lovers the opportunity to experience fine classical music concerts free or at low cost from mid-June to early August. Concerts by the 19 top-flight Young Artists, faculty, and guest artists highlight the Taos summer season.
For more information on Taos School of Music, including auditions, schedule, and tickets, visit www.taosschoolofmusic.com.