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Alex Ross: String quartets multiply across New York.

January 28, 2013

Almost any day of the week, you can catch a string quartet performing in New York. In a three-day stretch in mid-January, I saw five concerts by four groups—the JACK Quartet, the Momenta Quartet, the Danish Quartet, and an unnamed Juilliard foursome. Earlier in the month . . . (Subscription required.)

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