The Decoda Cello Quartet will present a workshop on community engagement through music and the arts on Friday, January 20, at 4:30 p.m. in Cadek Recital Hall on the UTC campus. Admission is free and open to the campus and the public. The group will perform and will hold an open conversation about making a positive impact in communities through music. There will be time for questions from the audience as well.

The Decoda Cello Quartet is a part of the Decoda Ensemble, based in New York City. Its members are highly accomplished young professional musicians who perform in a variety of groups, tour, and participate in community enrichment and educational projects. They have also performed with numerous world-renowned soloists. The Cello Quartet members include Hamilton Berry, Claire Bryant, Yves Dharamraj, and Caitlin Sullivan.

This workshop is sponsored by the Holmberg Professor of American Music and the Department of Performing Arts. This group is in Chattanooga to be part of the String Theory concert series at the Hunter Museum of Art. More information on the members can be found here.

 


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