About the Dover Quartet

The Dover Quartet burst onto the international stage in 2013 after sweeping all prizes at the Banff International String Quartet Competition. It currently holds residencies at Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music, The Kennedy Center, People’s Symphony Concerts in New York City, and was recently appointed as the inaugural Penelope P. Watkins Faculty Ensemble in Residence at their alma mater, the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. 

A single $20 event price will get you each of the following:

·     Documentary Film. The opportunity to view the 1 hour and 23 minute Strings Attached documentary film in advance of Dover Quartet concert on February 6th.


·     Dover Quartet Concert. The opportunity to watch a pre-recorded concert on February 6th by the Dover Quartet playing a quartet from the famous Beethoven string quartet cycle.   


·     Private Dover Quartet Group Discussion. Participate in a private question and answer discussion on Feb 6th with members of the quartet and Bruce Broder, the movie’s producer and director, immediately following the concert.

Please note that for two or more people watching at the same time and on the same screen, you will pay only for a single admission price of $20!

To Register to watch the Dover Quartet concert, film and to participate in the private group discussion, click on the registration link below:




Registration Questions - contact Jon Hall at [email protected]




To watch the movie trailer to the Dover Quartet Strings Attached film:


Link to Strings Attached Movie Trailer