Formed at the Curtis Institute in 2008, the Dover Quartet has received significant public attention for its intricate artistry and astounding maturity. The “excellent and fast-rising” (New York Times) quartet’s 2013 wins at Banff brought it into the international spotlight and it was soon thereafter dubbed the “young American string quartet of the moment” by the New Yorker. The Dover Quartet has performed in numerous festivals around the world, including Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and has held residencies at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, Caramoor, Chamber Music Northwest, and Bravo! Vail. It has been named the Curtis Institute’s first Quartet-in-Residence.


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