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Irvine Barclay Theatre
4242 Campus Drive Irvine, CA 92612
949-854-4646
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“The Miro Quartet pours out phrase after phrase of sheer lyrical beauty.” —New York Times
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  • Mozart: Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, K.493
  • Dohnanyi: Seranade in C Major, Op. 10 (1902)
  • Brahms: Paino Quartet in G minor, Op.25
  • Daniel Ching, violin
  • John C.A. Largess, viola
  • Joshua Gindele, cello
  • with special guest Christopher O’Riley, piano
  • The Miro Quartet is increasingly recognized as one of America’s brightest and most exciting young chamber groups. Since winning First Prize at the 1998 Banff International String Quartet Competition and the prestigious Naumburg Chamber Music Award in 2000, the Miro Quartet has captivated audiences around the world, dazzling listeners with its youthful intensity and mature interpretations. Formed in the fall of 1995, the Quartet met with immediate success, winning the First Prize at the 50th annual Coleman Chamber Music Competition in April 1996, and the following month taking both the First and Grand prizes at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.

    Chirstopher O’Riley is an artist whose poetic gifts and captivating virtuosity have made him one of the most important and versatile pianists performing before the public today. His singularly broad repertoire ranges from music of the English Renaissance and French Baroque periods to the new works of today’s leading composers to such non-classical forms as the tango. He also plays many of his own arrangements and transcriptions.He tours extensively to major cities throughout American and has been highlighted by frequent engagements at both Lincoln Center and the Kennedy Center. Internationally, he has appeared in cultural capitals worldwide from London, Paris and Vienna to Hong Kong and Melbourne, Australia.

    O’Riley’s honors include top prizes at the Van Cliburn, Leeds, Busoni and Montreal competitions.