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Thalea String Quartet

Thalea String Quartet to perform in Topeka

The Thalea String Quartet will be bringing timeless music and their uniquely stirring sounds to White Concert Hall, Washburn University on Thursday, February 10, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.

The Thalea String Quartet brings together violinists Christopher Whitley and Kumiko Sakamoto, violist Lauren Spalding, and cellist Titilayo Ayangade. TSQ connects with audiences on a musical, emotional and personal level, from young classroom students to chamber music aficionados. They have shared the stage with the Borromeo Quartet in the Mendelssohn Octet, with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer/vocalist Caroline Shaw, with Geoff Nuttall of the St. Lawrence String Quartet, and with pianist Tao Lin. Additionally, Thalea was the Quartet-in-Residence at Caramoor from 2019-2020. This talented group has made a name for themselves on international stages and captivate every audience they perform for. Find out more about Thalea String Quartet at their Facebook page.

Tickets for this event are available for $25 per person, or a season pass is available for $60 to gain access to three concerts during the 2022 year. On Stage Live has brought world class musicians to Topeka’s stage for nearly 100 years.  To purchase a concert ticket or season pass, visit https://www.onstagelive.org/.

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