The Portland native has been playing viola with the prestigious American String Quartet for almost its entire 35-year history.
What does ASQ stand for?
ASQ stands for American String Quartet (est. 1974)
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We have 58 other meanings of ASQ in our Acronym Attic
- Abteilung Spallations Quelle
- Account Security Question
- Administrative Science Quarterly
- Agents Serving the Queue (Sprint)
- Ages & Stages Questionnaires
- Airport Service Quality (Airports Council International)
- Allowable Sale Quality
- Allowable Sale Quantity
- Alternate Source Qualification
- American Society for Quality
- Angle Slotted Quartz Technology, Inc (San Clemente, California; semiconductor wafer carriers)
- Another Stupid Question
- Arab Studies Quarterly
- Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Statistische Qualitatskontrolle (German: Association for Statistical Quality Control)
- Ascension Island (US DoD radar)
- Association des Sexologues du Québec
- Association Sportive de Quille (French sports association; Flevy, France)
- Asterisque (Société Mathématique de France)
- Automated Software Quality
- Average Sales Quantity
Samples in periodicals archive:
Featured teachers: American String Quartet, Timothy Noble, Scott Thornburg, John Craig Barker and Seunghee Lee.
30pm, will consist of Mozart's Clarinet Quintet, Dvorak's American String Quartet and Mozart's Gran Partita for 13 instruments.
Featured teachers: Arnold Steinhardt, American String Quartet, Newstead Trio, Veri & Jamanis and Louis Nagle.
NASDAQ:MMUS) has announced the 2012 Finale National Composition Contest, a partnership with the American Composers Forum and the American string quartet JACK Quartet.
The season will end with two shows with the American String Quartet.
Featured teachers: Leon Fleisher, Emerson String Quartet, American String Quartet, Paul Kanto and Alan Harris.
This nine-minute piece for three dancers is set to the lento movement of Antonin Dvorak's American String Quartet.