Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Quintet for Clarinet
and String Quartet, A Major, K581 (1789)
Johannes Brahms: Quintet for Clarinet
and String Quartet, b minor, Opus 115 (1891)
Franz Schubert: Quartettsatz, D 703 (1820)
Post-Concert reception for ticket holds, and the
annual orchestra raffle pull.
The New Hollywood String Quartet
$15-College Students /
Additional Symphony Society Tickets
FREE-Students Grades K -12 who must be accompanied
by a paying adult, General Admission
All attendees must have tickets from the box office.
Members of SoCal Symphony Society
receive two free tickets.
Presbyterian Covenant Church
6323 W 80th St
Los Angeles CA 90045
At the Corner of Sepulveda Blvd, and 80th Street,
Westchester, a mile north of LAX.
Limited parking at the church,
and along 80th Street and Alverstone Avenue.
Across from the YMCA.
New Hollywood String Quartet
The New Hollywood String Quartet had its debut concert in
Los Angeles on Jan. 9, 2001 and has been performing to
critical acclaim ever since. Inspired by the great Hollywood
String Quartet from over half a century ago, the current
members of the NHSQ are likewise premiere performers of
their generation. Individually, and together as one of the
top string quartets in Southern California, they are well
known guests at many of the most prestigious concert
series in Los Angeles and its environs.
It’s members reside in Los Angeles and have recorded
hundreds of film scores, are members of the Los Angeles
Chamber Orchestra and have decades of chamber music
experience between them. The NHSQ was also recently
featured on the Grammy Nominated Disc, “Passing
Through” performing Gernot Wolfgang’s “String Theory” for
In their 12th year as the Quartet in Residence at the
Restoration Concert Series, the NHSQ is proud to launch
their inaugural summer festival, this year entitled “Summer
of Brahms Chamber Music Festival”. This first festival will
present all twenty-five of the instrumental chamber works of
Johannes Brahms in collaboration with some of the
world’s most renowned chamber musicians. Each
subsequent summer will focus on a different composer.
Our 2020Festivalwill celebrate the
250th Birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven. So stay tuned!