Join us for a wonderful night of top-notch chamber music with a quartet of female musicians, in a fancy Tribeca restaurant
She for S.H.E is delighted to partner with Tertulia, a female-found non-profit organization which aims to bring chamber music to more intimate venues, in a social and fun environment.
Tertulia is a chamber music series that presents world-class chamber music concerts in restaurants, in an atmosphere that combines lively conversation and dining with the opportunity to hear some of the greatest performers of our time. Tertulias are formatted as dinner-concerts, with three performances separated by extended intermissions.
BEETHOVEN String Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 74 "Harp" III. Presto, Piu Presto quasi Prestissimo, IV. Allegretto Con Variazione
Paul WIANCKO LIFT (2016) Parts I and III
Mingle & Meet the Musicians
- $100 for the concert and a 3-course dinner
- $145 for the concert, a 3-course dinner & open bar
About the Aizuri Quartet
Formed in 2012 and currently based in New York City, the Aizuri Quartet is the 2017-2018 MetLiveArts String Quartet-in-Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, presenting five unique programs throughout the season, which the New York Times has called “genuinely exciting” and “imaginative."
Praised by the Washington Post for “captivating” performances that draw from its notable “meld of intellect, technique and emotions,” the Aizuri Quartet was awarded First Prize at the 2017 Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in Japan, and Third Prize at the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in London. Through its engaging and thought-provoking programs, the Quartet has garnered critical acclaim for bringing “a technical bravado and emotional power” to bold new commissions, and for its “flawless” (San Diego Union-Tribune) performances of the great masterpieces of the past in which “every note is lovingly crafted and savored” (Washington Post).
Comprising four distinctive musical personalities, “each one a magnificent musician in her own right” (Washington Post), the Aizuri Quartet “is in full possession of that most elusive of string quartet qualities: the balance between charisma of the individual and cohesion of the collective” (Philadelphia Inquirer).
- Ariana Kim and Miho Saegusa, violins
- Ayane Kozasa, viola
- Karen Ouzounian, cello
More about Tertulia...
Tertulia places chamber music back where it belongs - in a festive, inviting atmosphere.
"Our mission is to reveal the communicative, intimate and inspiring realm of chamber music to audiences who are curious to discover a new passion, to those who seek a different perspective on the art form they already love, or to those who are simply looking for an evening in the company of close friends, delicious food and great music.