Borromeo Quartet

The Borromeo String Quartet, celebrating their 25th anniversary, have performed a vast repertoire worldwide and collaborated with many of today’s great composers and performers. The visionary performances of the award-winning Borromeo String Quartet have established them as one of the most important string quartets of our time.  They have been the faculty ensemble-in-residence at the New England Conservatory of Music for twenty-two years and work extensively with the Library of Congress, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Todd Crow, Music Director and Pianist of the Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music and Professor of Music at the Vassar College, has performed extensively in the U.S., South America and Europe.  He plays regularly in the major halls of New York and London and on BBC Radio.  Following this summer’s Mt. Desert festival, he returns to perform at the Festival Paesaggi Musicali Toscani in Italy.

On July 21, 2015, the Borromeo String Quartet with pianist Todd Crow will be performing the following:

Adagio (Notturno) in E flad major, D. 897, Franz Schubert
String Quartet No. 5, Béla Bartók
String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132, Ludwig Van Beethoven