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Cape Cod String Quartet

Cape Cod String Quartet • Spring Is Here March 13, 2022 • 3pm - 4pm This is an in-person concert at the Cape Cod Museum of Art. It will also live stream on Zoom.

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Cape Cod String Quartet
Cape Cod String Quartet

Time & Location

Mar 13, 2022, 3:00 PM EDT

Dennis, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA

About

Cape Cod String Quartet • Spring Is Here

March 13, 2022 • 3pm - 4pm

Members: $15*

Non-Members: $18*

Live Stream Only: $18

The Cape Cod String Quartet is presenting a selection of wonderful classics such as Vivaldi, Haydn and Mozart. The Cape Cod String Quartet is a world class chamber group providing exquisiteness to the musical life in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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This is an in-person concert at the Cape Cod Museum of Art.It will also live stream on Zoom.

*Your in-person ticket includes the option to watch the live stream concert from the comfort of your home, giving you more flexibility. A Unique Zoom Link will be emailed to you 3 days before the concert and again on the day of the concert, if you choose to watch remotely.

Museum COVID policy:

Masks are encouraged, but not mandatory. Vaccination cards are not required. For more information, visit www.CCMoA.org

Cancellation policy:

CCMoA must be notified 1 week prior for refund.

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BIOS

Dan Flonta - Violin I - A native of Romania, Dan Flonta won an honorable mention at the George

Georgescu International Violin Competition in Tulcea, Romania as well as a place at the prestigious

Bach Academy Festival in Stuttgart, Germany under the artistic direction of Maestro Helmuth Rilling.

In addition, Dan was appointed Concert Master and Principal second Violin at several orchestras in

Romania, Italy, Spain, Germany and the United States. Dan is the founder and first violinist of the

Cape Cod String Quartet and he regularly performs with the Falmouth Chamber Players and the

Plymouth Philharmonic. His teaching experience is vast and it includes positions with the Bowling

Green State University in Ohio, Academy of Saint Joseph in Manhattan and the New York

Conservatory of Music in Manhattan. Dan now lives on Cape Cod with his two sons, and is a very

active member of the performing arts community on Cape Cod. Dan is the founder and director of

Cape Cod Strings - a successful private violin studio in West Barnstable, and the director of Sturgis

String Ensembles at the Sturgis Charter Public School. Dan earned his Master of Music in Violin

Performance from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and his Bachelor of Music in Violin

Performance from The Gheorghe Dima Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He has

performed extensively throughout Europe and North America. Some of the venues include The

Berliner Philharmoniker Concert Hall and Chamber Music Hall, The Herodes Atticus Theater in

Athens, Greece, The Norwalk Concert Hall, Troy Music Hall and the EMPAC Center in Troy, New

York. Dan performs solo and chamber music concerts throughout the year on his instrument of

choice made by luthier Ray Melanson, who won a Gold Medal for tone at the 2012 Art of Sound

International Competition. The violin is based on a Giuseppe Guarneri del Jesu violin made in 1742.

Please visit danflonta.com for additional information.

Yoko Furihata-Waynen - Violin II - Yoko Waynen began studying violin at the age of 3 at the original

Suzuki school in Nagano Japan and is proud to have received pointers from Dr. Shinichi Suzuki

himself. She earned her Bachelors in Music from Soai University in Osaka, Japan and later

continued her violin studies at the University of Wyoming, where she was a finalist in U.W.'s

Concerto Competition, performing Sibelius' Violin Concerto. From there, she continued violin studies at Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA. receiving master classes from some prominent players such as Joseph Silverstein. After moving to Cape Cod, she joined the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra & The Simon Sinfonietta, where she enjoyed 10 years performing classical, pops, and holiday concerts for audiences of all ages. Yoko is currently a faculty member at the Cape Cod Conservatory and also gives private lessons at her music studio in West Barnstable.

Lilit Muradyan - Viola

Dr. Lilit Muradyan, originally from Armenia, began playing violin at the age of 8 at the Tchaikovsky

Specialized Music School in Yerevan. Subsequently, she completed her Bachelor of Music at the

Yerevan State Conservatory and moved to the US to continue her studies at Miami University of

Ohio, with Mary E. M. Harris. She also holds a DMA from Boston University where she studied under

the guidance of Michelle LaCourse. She has participated extensively in orchestral tours throughout

Armenia, Canada, Germany, Luxemburg and Austria. She has performed in master classes with

such accomplished musicians as Donald McInnes, Terence Helmer and Jeffrey Irvine. As a versatile

orchestra and chamber musician Lilit has performed regularly with the Cape Symphony, New

Bedford Symphony, Plymouth Philharmonic, Boston Modern Orchestra Project and many others.

Her recent collaborations include Andrea Bocelli, Placido Domingo, Heather Headley, “Game of

Thrones” and The Who. Lilit resides in Greater Boston with her husband, French horn player Neil

Godwin and their son Vardan.

Bo Ericsson - Cello

Mr. Ericsson, a native of Skövde, Sweden, graduated from Gothenborg Conservatory of Music and

the Swedish Radio School of Music in Stockholm where he studied with Erling Bengtsson. Further

studies included Anthony Pini and William Pleeth in London and the Amadeus String Quartet in

Cologne, Germany. Mr. Ericsson has performed with the Gothenburg Symphony, Swedish Radio

Orchestra, Uppsala Chamber Soloists and served for six years as the principal cellist with the

Bergen (Norway) Philharmonic. A founding member of the Berwald String Quartet, he toured all

over Europe with that group in performances that included the premiere works of many of the

Continent’s top composers. Mr. Ericsson held the position as principal cellist with the Cape

Symphony from 2000 – 2017, and is an active and much sought-after performer of chamber music,

including his work with his wife, Liz, in the Schultze-Ericsson Cello Duo. Mr. Ericsson and Ms.

Schultze live in East Orleans where he operates a workshop repairing violins and cellos.

Tickets

  • CC String Quartet - Member

    Cape Cod String Quartet • Spring Is Here March 13, 2022 3pm - 4pm

    $15.00
    Sold Out
  • CC String Quartet - Non-Member

    Cape Cod String Quartet • Spring Is Here March 13, 2022 3pm - 4pm

    $18.00
    Sold Out
  • Live Stream Only

    Cape Cod String Quartet • Spring Is Here March 13, 2022 3pm - 4pm

    $18.00

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