Auryn Quartet in concert at Boothbay Harbor opera house

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For nearly four decades Germany’s Auryn Quartet has dazzled audiences around the globe. Auryn, the amulet that grants intuition in Michael Ende's "Neverending Story," has been the symbol for one of the foremost string quartets of its generation, whose hallmarks are interpretive mastery, individuality and intensity of expression. The group has just announced an addition to their U.S. tour and on Sunday, Oct. 15 they will be performing at Boothbay Harbor’s historic Opera House at 3 p.m.

The all-original members quartet includes Matthias Lingenfelder and Jens Oppermann on violin, Stewart Eaton on viola and Andres Arndt on cello. The four have appeared at festivals including Klangbogen Wien, Lockenhaus, Bregenz,  Mondsee, Luzern, Gstaad, Les Arcs, Montepulciano, Kuhmo, Schleswig-Holstein, the Beethovenfest Bonn, Rheinisches Musikfest Bonn, Berliner Festwochen, and the Festivals of Flanders and Edinburgh among others. 

In the U.S. the Auryn has performed at the Frick Collection, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, for the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, the Univ. of California at Berkeley, the Da Camera Society LA, the Univ. of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Notre Dame Univ., in Chicago, Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver. For many years, it was the quartet-in-residence at the Schubert & Schubert Festival at Washington’s Georgetown University. 

Among the ensemble’s chamber music partners are internationally renowned musicians, such as Eduard Brunner, David Geringas, Gérard Caussé, Michael Collins, Sharon Kam, Alexander Lonquich, Paul Meyer, Christian Poltera, Christine Schaefer, Karl-Heinz Steffens,  Christian Tetzlaff, Joerg Widmann, and Tabea Zimmermann, as well as members of the Guarneri and the Tetzlaff, Joerg Widmann, and Tabea Zimmermann, as well as members of the Guarneri and the Amadeus Quartets.

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Tickets will not be sold in advance. A cash donation of $20 per person will be collected at the door on the afternoon of the program. Students admitted free. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m, for the concert at 3. Refreshments are available.

For additional information visit or call 633-6855. The Opera House is located at 86 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor.


Event Date: 
Sun, 10/15/2017 - 3:00pm
86 Townsend Avenue
Boothbay Harbor  Maine  04538