The Boston Public Quartet is a professional string quartet comprised of
Betsy Hinkle, Jason Amos, Marjorie Gere and Michael Dahlberg. The members are a
team of teaching artists and are the joint organizers of MusiConnects. Betsy
Hinkle plays violin and is the Founder and Executive Director of the quartet;
Jason Amos plays viola and is the Patron Liason; Marjorie Gere plays violin and
is the Rehearsal Coordinator and Michael Dahlberg plays cello and is the Concert
Manager. The quartet regularly present concerts throughout the Boston area, both
in traditional performance spaces and in community venues.
Aims Of The Quartet
The members believe that being part of a string quartet involves elements of empathy, flexibility, positivity and a sense of common purpose. They see this as a kind of model community, which allows the performers to use their work to explore a great many ideas and the full gamut of human emotions, reflecting the human condition. The members of the group use their performances together as a vehicle for the deepest and most direct form of communication between themselves and, through their music, with the wider world.
Through the belief that their music and performing together can help develop positive and desirable outcomes for those involved, The Boston Public Quartet uses the principles embodied in the performance of chamber music as a model for teaching and other work and activities. As well as providing ongoing musical eduction, the group try through their work to demonstrate and develop a pattern for communication and teamwork that can be transferred into the wider community.
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