Tetra String Quartet performs March 8 at Carefree church

The Phoenix-based Tetra String Quartet will present a concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, Carefree, as part of the church’s annual Living Music Performance Series.

The Phoenix-based Tetra String Quartet will present a concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, Carefree, as part of the church’s annual Living Music Performance Series.

The Phoenix-based Tetra String Quartet will present a concert 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, Carefree, as part of the church’s annual Living Music Performance Series.

The Tetra String Quartet’s mission is to connect people with chamber music, using relevance and versatility to captivate audiences. As both clinicians and concert artists, Tetra has toured extensively throughout the Southwestern United States, as well as abroad in Brazil, Ecuador, and Germany.

Passionate educators, members of Tetra are faculty associates at Arizona State University, where they teach the course “Chamber Music for Non-Majors.”

Recent collaboration with ASU’s Visiting Quartet Residency program has paired Tetra with the acclaimed Brentano, Juilliard, and St. Lawrence String Quartets in creating outreach presentations for hundreds of Arizona high school students.

Beyond their home in Phoenix, Tetra has also served as musical ambassadors with Young Audiences of Santa Cruz County by performing for over 3,000 students in the U.S./Mexico border town of Nogales, Ariz.

The church is located at 9205 E. Cave Creek Road, Carefree

Tickets are $25 and maybe purchased at the door or by phone, 480-488-2081, or www.ctlcarefree.org.

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