String quartet plays for diners


The Full Sound Chamber Group, an “improved string quartet” from Bellefontaine, provided the entertainment for Friday’s Lunch on the Lawn gathering at the Springfield Museum of Art. The five brothers add a double-bass to a traditional quartet of two violins, a viola and a cello to create their sound. The group played a mixture of classical compositions for the 100-plus attendees, who were forced inside by the weather. “Lunch on the Lawn” continues next Friday with “Mojo Brass.”


Justin Miller | Urbana Daily Citizen

The Full Sound Chamber Group, an “improved string quartet” from Bellefontaine, provided the entertainment for Friday’s Lunch on the Lawn gathering at the Springfield Museum of Art. The five brothers add a double-bass to a traditional quartet of two violins, a viola and a cello to create their sound. The group played a mixture of classical compositions for the 100-plus attendees, who were forced inside by the weather. “Lunch on the Lawn” continues next Friday with “Mojo Brass.”

The Full Sound Chamber Group, an “improved string quartet” from Bellefontaine, provided the entertainment for Friday’s Lunch on the Lawn gathering at the Springfield Museum of Art. The five brothers add a double-bass to a traditional quartet of two violins, a viola and a cello to create their sound. The group played a mixture of classical compositions for the 100-plus attendees, who were forced inside by the weather. “Lunch on the Lawn” continues next Friday with “Mojo Brass.”
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_FullSoundChamberGroup072216.jpgThe Full Sound Chamber Group, an “improved string quartet” from Bellefontaine, provided the entertainment for Friday’s Lunch on the Lawn gathering at the Springfield Museum of Art. The five brothers add a double-bass to a traditional quartet of two violins, a viola and a cello to create their sound. The group played a mixture of classical compositions for the 100-plus attendees, who were forced inside by the weather. “Lunch on the Lawn” continues next Friday with “Mojo Brass.” Justin Miller | Urbana Daily Citizen
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