Calder Quartet

One of ten performances and installations taking place at Eagle Rock’s Welcome Inn, The Calder Quartet performed three times on the balcony as part of the Pacific Standard Time Art and Performance Festival.

Performance times: 6:30pm, 7:30pm, 8:30pm
Location: Balcony
Performers: The Calder Quartet: Benjamin Jacobson (violin), Andrew Bulbrook (violin), Jonathan Moerschel (viola), Eric Byers (cello)


Sunday, January 29, 2012 4pm 10p Performance
Welcome Inn 1840 Colorado Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90041


Eagles flock as music of Arnold Schoenberg’s is re-imagined by the Calder Quartet with inspiration from Christian Wolff.

Composer Arnold Schoenberg moved to the United States in 1934 and soon settled in Los Angeles. During his time in LA, he wrote such notable pieces as the Violin Concerto (1942), A Survivor from Warsaw (1947) and Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte (1942). In addition to this and numerous other works he wrote while in Los Angeles, several were unfinished upon his death in 1951, including the Draft of a String Quartet from 1949.

The Calder Quartet formed at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music and continued studies at the Colburn Conservatory of Music with Ronald Leonard, and at the Juilliard School, receiving the Artist Diploma in Chamber Music Studies as the Juilliard Graduate Resident String Quartet. In 2011 the Calder Quartet launched a non-profit dedicated to furthering its efforts in commissioning, presenting, recording, and education, collaborating with the Getty Museum, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, and the Barbican Centre in London.