The Argus Quartet has been invited to participate in a week-long residency program this September at Yellow Barn, an international center for chamber music, encouraging the discovery of music in the studio, classroom and concert hall. The quartet was founded by alum Clara Kim (DM ’15) with classmates from USC. Yellow Barn has welcomed back Dana Fonteneau, a former concert cellist, to work with the Argus and Omer quartets during their week-long program. Two performances will bookend the week, the first on Sept. 23 and the second on Sept. 30.
The Argus Quartet has previously served as the Fellowship Quartet in Residence at the Yale School of Music, and won first prize at the M-Prize Chamber Arts Competition.