Serafin String Ensemble
Doors Open: 6:00 PM
OBSTRUCTED VIEW: $18.00
MEMBER DISCOUNT: $16.20
MEMBER DISCOUNT BALCONY: $20.70
HIGH TOP: $18.00
MEMBER DISCOUNT HIGH TOP: $16.20
TICKET SALE DATES
INDIVIDUAL / OBSTRUCTED VIEW / MEMBER DISCOUNT / BALCONY / MEMBER DISCOUNT BALCONY / HIGH TOP / MEMBER DISCOUNT HIGH TOP Public Onsale: September 15, 2023 10:00 AM to January 11, 2024 8:00 PM
Let the sublime sounds of the Serafin String Ensemble sweep you away. Experience the passion and intimacy of their violin, viola, and cello as this award-winning ensemble fills the Milton Theatre with some of the most powerful chamber music ever written.
About Serafin Ensemble
Official Website | Facebook | Video
Serafin Ensemble, “The Serafins,” is a group of internationally acclaimed performing artists (string, wind, piano and vocalists) devoted to collaborative chamber music performances of repertoire for up to eight players. The ensemble evolved from the former Serafin String Quartet and continues the nearly two-decade-long Serafin legacy of passionate commitment to presenting exceptional performances of small ensemble repertoire.
Serafin Ensemble roster artists are devoted to collaborative chamber music performance as an important aspect of their professional lives. They are bound together by mutual respect and camaraderie, and a shared passion for small ensemble repertoire and the collaborative process. The goal of the ensemble is to prepare and share with audiences, performances of great masterworks and lesser-known works for an unconducted ensemble of two to eight players. Occasionally, larger works or solo works are also included in the programming.
The individual roster artists of Serafin Ensemble have been heralded around the globe for concerts and recordings, acclaimed in the press, and received international prizes and awards.
Hailed for "silken finesse and gritty vibrancy" by Gramophone Magazine and for "playing with style and sophistication" by The Strad Magazine, Serafin String Quartet debuted at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in 2004 and returned to Weill Recital Hall most recently in 2016 for a program that included New York premieres of two works by composer Julia Adolphe. Featured by Strings Magazine for innovation in concert programming, the Quartet consistently received superlatives in the press and ovations from audiences around the nation. Serafin Quartet served for nine years as Quartet in Residence at the University of Delaware and performed in the UK, as well as in fifteen states across the US, with their primary performance region being the mid-Atlantic and northeast.
Serafin Ensemble takes its name from master violin maker, Sanctus Serafin, who in 1728 crafted the violin currently played by Serafin founder and Artistic Director, Kate Ransom. The Serafin String Quartet thrived for over two decades thanks, in part, to generous support from Dr. William J. Stegeman, Ph.D.