Biography

Founded in 1967, the Sarasota String Quartet (formerly known as the Florida String Quartet) is one of Florida's premier ensembles and a favorite among area music lovers. For over fifty years the group has performed throughout the State of Florida.

One of four resident ensembles of Sarasota Orchestra, the Sarasota String Quartet performs chamber music as part of the Chamber Soirées at the Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center in Sarasota. Over the years, they have presented premieres and commissioned works such as Paul Ramsier's Zoo of Dreams II, and in collaboration with New College in the performance of works written by student composers.

Milestones in the Quartet's history include a successful New York debut, and performances at the Kennedy Center and Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C.

Current ensemble members include:

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Phone

Box Office: 941-953-3434
Administration: 941-953-4252

Hours

Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
And at the concert venue one hour prior to showtime.

Our Mission

Our mission is to engage, educate, and enrich our community through high-quality, live musical experiences.

Accessibility

Sarasota Orchestra is committed to making our performances and facilities accessible to everyone in our community.

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All of the Orchestra’s facilities are accessible to persons using wheelchairs.

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Assistive listening devices are available for all Orchestra performances.

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