Sirius Quartet Presents 2018 Progressive Chamber Music Festival was a smashing success. Amazing musicians in a rocksteady venue at Spectrum Brooklyn. Behold, these highlights.
NYC has long been an incubator for cross-genre pollination and experimentation in all corners of the music community, not least of all in the classical and jazz scenes. From the minimalism of Reich and Glass in the 60s and 70s to the experimental genius of Zorn and the Knitting Factory scene of of the 80s […]
Sirius Quartet toured with Harp Goddess Evelyn Huber in September 2018. Here’s a few pictures from our show in Berlin. Photos by Michael Brem.
“I Can’t Stand the Rain” by Ann Peebles Arranged by Gregor Huebner Sirius Quartet is Fung Chern Hwei, Gregor Huebner, violins Ron Lawrence, viola Jeremy Harman, cello Recorded at Bauer Studios, Ludwigsburg, Germany Audio recorded by Johannes Wohlleben Video recorded and edited by Philippe Ohl
New Video: Sirius Quartet performs “Beside the Point (…and you thought it was over)” by Fung Chern Hwei
Sirius Quartet’s brand new piece “Beside the Point (…and you thought it was over)” by Fung Chern Hwei Fung Chern Hwei Gregor Huebner, violins Ron Lawrence, viola Jeremy Harman, violoncello Recorded at Bauer Studios, Ludwigsburg, Germany Audio recorded by Johannes Wohlleben Video recorded and edited by Philippe Ohl
I am deeply honored to be the recipient of the Grand Prize for New York Philharmonic’s New World Initiative Composition Challenge for my composition “New World, Nov 9. 2016.” The contest winners will be recognized at the Concerts in the Parks on June 14, 2017. Official Announcement I entered the composition contest to create “a […]
New World, Nov 9. 2016 is a composition based on the themes of Dvorak’s 2nd movement of the New World Symphony spiced up with a note from Shostakovich. This composition was initiated by “The New World Initiative” of the New York Philharmonic. Gregor Huebner started composing this quartet the day after the presidential election in […]
Sirius Quartet at Princeton Sound Kitchen – Tuesday, April 4 at 8p. Featuring Premiere of Gregor Huebner’s new String Quartet #6 “New World Nov. 9 2016”
A free concert featuring works by Princeton Graduate and Faculty Composers, performed by the Sirius String Quartet. The performance will feature the premiere of Gregor Huebner’s new string quartet #6 “New World Nov.9 2016.” Location: Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 8pm Free!