The Houston Tuesday Musical Club was proud to present the Axiom String Quartet in concert on Sunday, March 3rd at Emerson Unitarian Church.
The quartet specializes in presenting many different genres of music, mixing diverse styles in each of their concerts. Some of the jazz greats they've performed include their arrangements of the music of Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck and Billie Holiday, as well as songs of Michael Jackson and David Bowie. The ensemble never forgets its classical roots, however, and presents demanding works of Beethoven, Schumann, Shostakovich and Philip Glass. The group serves as an outreach ambassador for Chamber Music Houston, which allows them to perform their innovative programs in communities for which access to live music is limited. They are also the Quartet-in-Residence for the School of Music at the University of St. Thomas.
Axiom is the first classical string ensemble to ever play in the Cave Without a Name in the Texas Hill Country. They toured China in the summer of 2018 and released their first CD Axioms - Moments of Truth in 2018 as well.
The members of the quartet are Dominika Dancewicz and Ingrid Gerling, violins; Laura Krentzman, viola; and Patrick Moore, cello.
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Artist Concert Chair
Dr. Isabelle Ganz