Voxare Quartet wins ASCAP Award

| January 12, 2011

A message from Voxare Quartet (featuring TC doctoral student, Emily Ondracek-Peterson):


We hope that your new year has been a good one thus far. 2011 is certainly starting well for Voxare. Chamber Music America has announced that Voxare has won the CMA ASCAP award for 2010; the award will be presented at Chamber Music America’s National Conference in New York on January 15. We are thrilled to receive recognition for not only the quality of our performances but also for our dedication to presenting unique and exciting programs.

Voxare will also be presenting a showcase performance at the CMA conference on 1/15. If you are attending the conference, we hope you can stop by the concert (details are below).

Lastly, Voxare is happy to announce that it has joined the artist roster at BesenArts. We are honored to work with Robert Besen, and look forward to many years of happy collaboration. Robert’s contact information below.

Voxare wishes you all the best for a wonderful 2011. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming performance!

Best Wishes,

Voxare String Quartet

Emily Ondracek-Peterson, violin
Galina Zhdanova, violin
Erik Peterson, viola
Adrian Daurov, cello