Season 60: 2024-2025

Del Sol Quartet

Concert Information

“Del Sol gave it a knockout performance, one that brought Bartók’s rustic dance melodies, heartbreaking night music, and harmonic brilliance to the fore with admirable nuance and intensity.“ – San Francisco Classical Voice

Del Sol Quartet
7:30 pm
Sunday, March 2, 2025

$35 Regular | $5 Student
Complimentary Streaming for Ticket Holders

“Dreams of the Wounded Musketeer,” featuring early music of Vienna and the Alps

Johnny Carson Theater at the Lied Center
11th & R Street
Lincoln, NE 68588

Street parking or multiple parking garages

Del Sol Quartet


String Quartet Op. 76 no. 4 “Sunrise”  | Franz Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)

Valencia |Caroline Shaw (b. 1982)

String Quartet #2 | Eleanor Alberga (b. 1949)

String Quartet No. 15 in G major, D. 887 | Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

About the Group

San Francisco’s Del Sol Quartet believes that music can, and should, happen anywhere - screaming out Aeryn Santillan’s Makeshift Memorials from a Mission District sidewalk or a rural high school, bouncing Ben Johnston’s microtonal Americana off the canyon walls of the Yampa River or the hallowed walls of Library of Congress, bringing Huang Ruo’s Angel Island Oratorio home to the island detention barracks or across the Pacific to the Singapore International Arts Festival. Del Sol’s performances provide the possibility for unexpected
discovery, sparking dialogue and bringing people together.

Since 1992, Del Sol has commissioned or premiered hundreds of works by composers including Terry Riley, Tania León, Frederic Rzewski, Vijay Iyer, Mason Bates, Pamela Z, Chinary Ung, Chen Yi, Andy Akiho, Erberk Eryilmaz, Theresa Wong, and Reza Vali. They especially value their ongoing relationship with the Gabriela Lena Frank Creative Academy of Music in Boonville, California.

Huang Ruo - A Dust in Time, Del Sol’s eleventh album, was described in the New York Times as “excavations of beauty from the elemental.” New Del Sol recordings in 2023 include The Resonance Between, a collaboration with North Indian musicians Alam Khan & Arjun Verma, and SPELLLING and The Mystery School with Oakland magical-futurist pop phenomenon SPELLLING.