Kronos Quartet will be touring all year! View all venues and dates.
The Royal Conservatory will livestream Kronos Quartet’s 21C Music Festival performance on Wednesday, May 25, at 8:00pm ET / 5:00pm PT. Click here for more details.
Kronos is thrilled to have Tanya Tagaq joining them on stage to perform the world premiere of her composition Snow Angel—Sivunittinni, which was commissioned for Kronos’ Fifty for the Future. Tagaq and the quartet will also perform Nunavut, the piece she wrote for Kronos in 2006. Canadian premieres by Mark Applebaum and Nicole Lizée, along with several pieces from Kronos’ Fifty for the Future repertoire will also be featured. See the full program here.Read More
Since our last tour in the UK, we’ve gathered a bounty of new compositions and arrangements that we can’t wait to share when we hit seven venues in England and Scotland this May. Among the new works is a piece titled Seiche, which is a form of wave found in still water. Composer Martin Green, who is best known for performing with the alternative folk band Lau, will join Kronos on stage in London for the world premiere, as well as in Bristol and Edinburgh. He will play his new noise device, the “Kronososcillator,” developed especially for Seiche. Visit of our Concerts page to see our complete tour dates and locations.Read More