Beethoven in Beaufort

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Photo above: The Ehnes Quartet — James Ehnes, left, Amy Schwartz, Richard O’Neill and Edward Arron — opened with Beethoven’s String Quartet in G Major during their All-Beethoven Program on Sunday, Jan. 28, at the USCB Center for the Arts in Beaufort. The concert was part of the 38th Chamber Music Season hosted by USCB. Beethoven’s Opus 18 was written in 1799 when the composer was only 29. 

Cellist Edward Arron glances at a fellow musician.
Cellist Edward Arron glances at a fellow musician.
The Ehnes Quartet, from left, is made up of James Ehnes on violin, Amy Schwartz on violin, Richard O’Neill on viola, and Edward Arron on the cello.
The Ehnes Quartet, from left, is made up of James Ehnes on violin, Amy Schwartz on violin, Richard O’Neill on viola, and Edward Arron on the cello.
Edward Arron, left, describes the complexity of the upcoming String Quartet in C-sharp minor, Opus 131, written by Beethoven in 1826.
Edward Arron, left, describes the complexity of the upcoming String Quartet in C-sharp minor, Opus 131, written by Beethoven in 1826.
Violinist Amy Schwartz concentrates during the opening movements of Beethoven’s String Quartet in G Major, Opus 18.
Violinist Amy Schwartz concentrates during the opening movements of Beethoven’s String Quartet in G Major, Opus 18.

Photos by Bob Sofaly.

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