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As performers, teachers, and orchestral collaborators, this widely acclaimed string quartet advances diversity in classical music while bringing excitement to repertoire ranging from Ravel and Haydn to Wynton Marsalis and Chick Corea.

"The Harlem Quartet played with panache."

—Vivian Schweitzer, The New York Times

Posted: Dec-20-2012
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Posted: Aug-12-2016
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Charles Fox is the hit maker behind songs such as “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” “Ready To Take A Chance Again,”and “I Got A Name.” Seasons features his own versions of several of his hits. It also includes Seals & Crofts performing the song “My Fair Share.” It was released internationally in 1981 but not in the US until now. The album also features a live 2015 recording of “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” featuring the jazz clarinetist Eddie Daniels and The Harlem String Quartet, with Charles at the piano.

Posted: Aug-26-2016
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Guaguancó is one of the last styles anyone would associate with string quartets, and Ilmar Gavilán acknowledged it created challenges for them to learn to play. This gorgeous composition, in addition to providing each member of the quartet moments to shine, also required skills rarely seen from string players. 

— DC Metro Theater Arts
Posted: Feb-25-2017
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Posted: Jan-31-2017