The Spring Quartet sets Massey Hall on fire with wicked improv
For the unique stop of The Spring Quartet North American Tour in Canada, the quartet set on fire a packed house at Massey Hall Feb. 27. J.D. Considine reported that the performance set list was questing and abstract, prone to shape-shifting melodies, elastic notions of harmony, and a loose, roiling sense of rhythm. On Considine's words the joy the four took in their improvisation was so manifestly evident that it managed also to be great fun. Continue reading on The Globe and Mail.com
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