Campus News

String Quartet Performance Canceled

February 19, 2015
Communications Staff

Friday’s scheduled performance by the St. Lawrence String Quartet at Finney Chapel has been canceled due to an injury sustained by one of the quartet's members. Regrettably, the concert will not be rescheduled.

Refunds are available to ticket holders through March 31 by calling 800-371-0178 or visiting Oberlin's Central Ticket Service, open weekdays from noon to 5 p.m. Patrons may also consider applying the cost of their ticket to another show on the 2014-15 Artist Recital Series. Remaining concerts include:

  • Bang on a Can All-Stars, Saturday, February 28
  • John Relyea, bass-baritone, and Warren Jones, piano, Thursday, April 2
  • Jennifer Koh ’97, violin, Sunday, April 12
  • The Cleveland Orchestra featuring pianist Jeremy Denk ’90, Friday, April 24

In lieu of a refund, donations to the Friends of the Artist Recital Series are greatly appreciated. Ticket holders who wish to make a donation need not take any action.

For more information about the 2014-15 Artist Recital Series and other events at Oberlin, see the Arts Guide.

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