Austin Peay State University Public Relations and Marketing
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Community Concert Association and the Austin Peay State University Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts invite the community to enjoy a beautiful evening of chamber music 7:30pm Friday, September 28th, 2018 as APSU welcomes the Miró Quartet to the stage of the George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall.
During the week, the Miró Quartet will be in residence at APSU as a holder of the Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence. In that capacity, they will work with APSU music majors, high school students from the region at the Honor Orchestra Festival and perform on Nashville Public Radio’s “Live in Studio C.”
The visit will culminate with this concert for our community with the music of Robert Schumann, Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts and Ludwig van Beethoven. The Miró Quartet performs throughout the world, garnering accolades from audiences and critics alike.
This concert opens the CCCA 2018-19 season. Future concerts will feature Latin Grammy-winning pianist, Gabriela Montero; the extraordinary and entertaining Gomalan Brass Quintet; Tenors Cook, Dixon and Young (as seen on PBS’s “Great Performances”); and the Joel Frahm/David Berkman Duo headlining the Mid-South Jazz Festival.
CCCA, Clarksville’s cultural treasure, has been bringing artists of national and international stature to this community for more than 60 years.
To purchase and for more information visit www.clarksvillemusic.org or call 1.877.811.0200. Senior, military, educator, student and group discounts. APSU students can get in free with an ID.
To Learn More
For more about the Miro Quartet, visit www.miroquartet.com