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The Miró Quartet, as Presented by Chamber Music Tulsa, Returns to Our Community

Aired on Wednesday, October 15th.

On this edition of ST, we speak by phone to Joshua Gindele, a founding member of -- and the cellist for -- the world-renowned Miró Quartet, which will soon perform here in Tulsa. (You can learn more about this performance, scheduled for Sunday the 19th at the Lorton PAC on the TU campus, at this page from the Chamber Music Tulsa website.) Gindele looks back on the founding and development of this collective, which is approaching its 20th birthday, and also speaks in detail about the Miró's special relationship with the Aeolus Quartet, which will actually be performing alongside the Miró Quartet this weekend. On the program for the Sunday-afternoon concert will be works by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and more.

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