The great Wigmore Hall, London, site of two recent SLSQ performances



SLSQ Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Throughout the 2014-2015 season, the St. Lawrence String Quartet will be celebrating its 25th anniversary season! Celebratory events include: world premieres of three quartets composed for the SLSQ, by John Adams (his third work for the SLSQ), Jonthan Berger (his 6th string quartet), and Jaroslaw Kapuscinski; three concerts at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC (performed on the Library of Congress's famed set of Stradivarius instruments); musical collaborations with great SLSQ friends and colleagues; and other concerts and events throughout the season.  Check the full SLSQ schedule for details.


November 21, 2013 - for immediate release

The St. Lawrence String Quartet (SLSQ) has selected violinist Mark Fewer to succeed the departing Scott St. John, beginning on January 1, 2014.

As a fellow Canadian, Fewer and the SLSQ are already well-acquainted, and in 2011 Mark substituted for both St. John (Spring) and Geoff Nuttall (Fall) during their brief paternity leaves. Fewer will re-locate from Montreal’s McGill University, where he been Associate Professor of violin since 2007, and will join his new colleagues at Stanford University.

an excellent article about the SLSQ Chamber Music Seminar at Stanford, by Sara Langlands, SLSQ Project Manager

Hot off the presses, this article evokes the excitement, intensity, and great energy that characterize the SLSQ chamber music workshop each summer at Stanford.  Click here to read the full article from the "Stanford Report."

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