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After Concert Dinner with the Dover Quartet
I am now gazing into my crystal ball. Some may call it a computer screen, but just between us, it’s really a crystal ball. And what do I see? A very, very bright future for four remarkable musicians. It’s coming in clearer now: it’s Joel Link, Bryan Lee, Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt and Camden Shaw. It must be the Dover String Quartet!

You really don’t need a crystal ball to see successes after successes for this group. Although they’re so young you’re tempted to ask, “Do your parents know where you are?” they are truly brilliant. If chamber music quartets came with trophies, this group would already have a room full. They have so much sparkle, so much perfection that my crystal ball is in overdrive.

Be sure to remember the name Dover String Quartet. You will certainly see more of it in the years to come. My crystal ball sees them alongside the greats of classical quartets. We are so fortunate to have been able to book them now, because before long, we’ll be booking them years out!

Wanna know what else my crystal ball sees? It’s the 2016-17 season of the San Antonio Chamber Music Society. You will be amazed, giddy with emotion and utterly flabbergasted by the talent that’s coming our way: the Danish String Quartet (Oct. 23), the Brasil Guitar Duo (Nov. 20), the Aeolus Quartet (Jan. 22), Les Amies Trio (Feb. 26) and the Calmus Ensemble (April 23).

My crystal ball sees them alongside the greats of classical quartets.  We are so fortunate to have been able to book them now, because before long, we’ll be booking them years out!

Well, I’m sorry to say my crystal ball has begun to fog over with the steam of pure joy, so I must stop predicting – except for just one little thing:  when you come to the SACMS concerts, you will forget your worries, your heart will be glad and your mind will resound with music.

– E Doyle

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