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MUSIC: The Del Sol Quartet returns to Old First Concerts to host its 3rd annual festival—The Pacific Pythagorean Music Festival—highlighting the experimental innovators and traditional masters of pure-ratio harmonies.

Pacific Pythagorean Music Festival – Modes of Change – 3rd Annual (World Premieres)

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Date(s) - 03/12/2022
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Old First Concerts

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Del Sol String Quartet

  • Sam Weiser, Benjamin Kreith – violins
  • Charlton Lee – viola
  • Kathryn Bates – cello

Performers include: Ken Ueno, Viola Yip, Hafez Modirzadeh, and Keshav Batish.

Concert Program

  • Reza Vali String Quartet No. 5, ‘Gavesht’ (World Premiere)
  • Madeline Ashman Gravitation (World Premiere)
  • …and more, TBA.

The Del Sol Quartet returns to Old First Concerts to host its 3rd annual festival—The Pacific Pythagorean Music Festival—highlighting the experimental innovators and traditional masters of pure-ratio harmonies. Although the Bay Area has long been a hotbed of alternate tunings, the Pacific Pythagorean Music Festival is the first local event dedicated to hearing these resonant harmonies. This year’s festival, Modes of Changes, highlights Persian scales with the world premiere of Reza Vali’s String Quartet No. 5, ‘Gavesht’ with a pre-concert talk on Vali’s new alternate tuning music software. The Del Sol Quartet set will also include the world premiere of Madeline Ashman’s Gravitation. The festival also includes performances by Ken Ueno with Viola Yip and Hafez Modirzadeh with Keshav Batish.


Old First Concerts is a registered 501(c)3 Charitable Organization (Tax ID#:94-2898233).

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