The U.S. Army String Quartet
The U.S. Army String Quartet
The U.S. Army String Quartet
The U.S. Army String Quartet

The U.S. Army String Quartet

String Quartets are one of the most frequently requested small ensembles of The U.S. Army Strings since its founding in 1950. One of the most versatile and flexible ensembles, both musically and logistically, Army String Quartets perform for both intimate official events as well as larger public concerts in the community.

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String Quartets are one of the most frequently requested small ensembles of The U.S. Army Strings since its founding in 1950. Deployed on missions throughout the National Capital Region, Quartets draw from The U.S. Army Strings personnel to fill the 2 violin, viola and cello configuration. While the instrumentation is fixed, the Soldiers are rotated, ensuring maximum use of the talented members of The U.S. Army Strings.

Frequently sought after to perform at high-level special events at The White House, The Vice President’s Residence and the U.S. Capitol, String Quartets are also tasked for important missions in support of military leadership at the highest levels.

One of the most versatile and flexible ensembles, both musically and logistically, Army String Quartets perform for both intimate official events as well as larger public concerts in the community. They support numerous outreach concerts at venues such as The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, The Lyceum, Arena Stage, and Church of Epiphany in Washington, D.C. The quartet recently branched out to virtual broadcasts as part of The U.S. Army Band’s “United We Stand” broadcast series.





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