The Quartetto di Cremona is noted for its lustrous sound, refined musicianship, and stylistic versatility. The Quartetto was founded in Cremona, Italy, the center of violin building and performance where Stradivari and Guarneri perfected their craft. Celebrating its 22nd anniversary, the quartet has toured extensively in Europe, the United States, South America, and Asia, appeared at leading festivals, and performed regularly on radio and television broadcasts. For their Bailey Hall performance, the Quartetto di Cremona presents a program of works by famed Italian composers Boccherini, Puccini, Respighi, and Verdi.
“It’s a rare blend: breadth of sound and capriciousness combined with perfect tuning and ensemble has the players sounding absolutely of one voice… Nothing less than life-affirming.” – Gramophone
Patrons with limited mobility may gain access to Bailey Hall through the entrance to the lower lobby at the southwest corner of the building (to the left of the main doors as you face Bailey Hall from the plaza). If you require space for your wheelchair during the performance itself, please contact the CCS when purchasing your tickets at 607-255-5144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.