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Aizuri String Quartet

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Aizuri String Quartet
Formed in 2012 and combining four distinctive musical personalities into a powerful collective, the Aizuri Quartet draws its name from “aizuri-e,” a style of predominantly blue Japanese woodblock printing that is noted for its vibrancy and incredible detail. To celebrate the 102nd Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage, as well as Women’s History Month, the four ladies of the Aizuri String Quartet will perform a program of all-female composers dating from Hildegard von Bingen to the present. Concert presented by the San Antonio Chamber Music Society. Tickets are $25, or free for students or active military.

Venue Details

  • Temple Beth-El

    211 Belknap Pl., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 733-9135 (FAX); (210)

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