Bringing chamber musıc out of the concert hall—and closer to us.
Dvorák Comes Home In a loft in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood, a string quintet led by Christine Wu (on violin, top left) plays Dvorák’s String Quintet No. 2, Op. 77. The other musicians are (clockwise) Emma Frucht (violin), Alex Bickard (double bass), George Meyer (viola), and Bryan Park (cello).

Hearing an ensemble perform Beethoven’s Große Fuge, Op. 133, in a neighbor’s basement was so moving that Sam Bodkin pledged to expand listenership

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