Part of the Listen to This Audio Guide
Photograph © Eric Cheng.
The St. Lawrence Quartet, a group that passionately avoids classical-music business-as-usual, has a well-stocked website, with news items, a touring schedule, and soundclips.
The quartet as I first heard them, on Nov. 17, 1992, playing Alban Berg's String Quartet Opus 3 in the Young Concert Artists series at the 92nd St. Y (p. 205; review here):
A short documentary of the quartet's Chamber Music Seminar at Stanford University:
The present-day version of the quartet — two players have departed since I wrote about the group in 2002 — plays the scherzo of Dvořák's Quartet Opus 106:
And here is the beginning of the Adagio from the same work, in the St. Lawrence's ArtistShare recording: