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With Bobby McFerrin, Gil Shaham and Adele Anthony, Jacques Loussier Trio, King's Singers, German Brass, Jiri Stivin and Collegium Quodlibet, Turtle Island String Quartet, Quintessence Saxophone Quintet, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and Christian Gansch.
Fiddler Darol Anger popped out of that box a long time ago, playing with the Turtle Island String Quartet, Fiddlers 4, Psychograss, Newgrange, Montreux and the David Grisman Quintet.
Or Dizzy Gillespie's "A Night in Tunisia," arranged and performed live by the Turtle Island String Quartet for Charles Anderson's playful but amorphous world premiere of the same name?
Trust the Turtle Island String Quartet to bridge the gap between Miles Davis and Mozart.
21); the Ying String Quartet and the Turtle Island String Quartet engaging in "A Battle of the Quartets" (Nov.
The group taps a sitar player for "Up the Sky," a tune written by keyboardist and co-producer Jim Pugh, and welcomes the Turtle Island String Quartet on a couple of tracks.
Anger predicts that "if we can get the band known a bit better and pursue some of the arts events, we can have a salutary effect on the music scene, bring the disparate worlds a bit closer, as Mark O'Connor, Edgar Meyer, the Turtle Island String Quartet and Yo-Yo Ma are all doing.
THE FIRST TIME that the Turtle Island String Quartet and clarinetist Paquito D'Rivera rehearsed, they made such beautiful music together that Turtle Island cellist Mark Summer was convinced they had found their "soul mate.