Thalea String Quartet To Perform March 1

Group Blends Nigerian, Venezuelan, Japanese And Canadian Heritage


The Severna Park-based Anne Arundel Community Concert Association is back with live shows. Next up is the Thalea String Quartet, which will bring its unique, stirring sounds to the Byzantium (2747 Riva Road in Annapolis) on March 1 at 7:30pm.

The Thalea String Quartet brings together artists of Nigerian, Venezuelan, Japanese and Canadian heritage. With repertoire as diverse as its members, and every bit as exuberant, Thalea connects with audiences on a musical, emotional and personal level, from first-time listeners to chamber music aficionados. Thalea has shared the stage with the Borromeo Quartet in the Mendelssohn Octet, with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer/vocalist Caroline Shaw, with Geoff Nuttall of the St. Lawrence String Quartet, and with pianist Tao Lin. Additionally, Thalea was the quartet-in-residence at Caramoor from 2019-2020.

The show is presented in partnership with Live On Stage Inc. Season tickets for the 2021-2022 concert season are available for $60 (adults). For more information, visit, or call Gale Gillespie (410-647-4881) or Roberta Mason (410-647-6830).


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