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About Emerson String Quartet

Over the course of 30-plus years, 20-plus LPs and a stack of Grammys, the Emerson String Quartet has won its reputation as one of the most distinguished chamber ensembles in the world. The founding members were violinists Eugene Drucker and Philip Setzer, violist Guillermo Figueroa, and cellist Eric Wilson, though Figueroa was replaced by Lawrence Dutton after leaving the group in 1977, and David Finckel became the group's cellist two years later.

Listen toEmerson String Quarteton Rhapsody

Over the course of 30-plus years, 20-plus LPs and a stack of Grammys, the Emerson String Quartet has won its reputation as one of the most distinguished chamber ensembles in the world. The founding members were violinists Eugene Drucker and Philip Setzer, violist Guillermo Figueroa, and cellist Eric Wilson, though Figueroa was replaced by Lawrence Dutton after leaving the group in 1977, and David Finckel became the group's cellist two years later.

About Emerson String Quartet

Over the course of 30-plus years, 20-plus LPs and a stack of Grammys, the Emerson String Quartet has won its reputation as one of the most distinguished chamber ensembles in the world. The founding members were violinists Eugene Drucker and Philip Setzer, violist Guillermo Figueroa, and cellist Eric Wilson, though Figueroa was replaced by Lawrence Dutton after leaving the group in 1977, and David Finckel became the group's cellist two years later.

About Emerson String Quartet

Over the course of 30-plus years, 20-plus LPs and a stack of Grammys, the Emerson String Quartet has won its reputation as one of the most distinguished chamber ensembles in the world. The founding members were violinists Eugene Drucker and Philip Setzer, violist Guillermo Figueroa, and cellist Eric Wilson, though Figueroa was replaced by Lawrence Dutton after leaving the group in 1977, and David Finckel became the group's cellist two years later.