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66th Season - 2024/2025

Experience a musical journey with the upcoming concerts for our 66th
season. Be sure to follow Fullerton Friends of Music (FFM) on social media and stay tuned for all the details on our webpage.  Get ready to be transported.

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New Hollywood String Quartet

November 9, 2024 at 3:30pm

The New Hollywood String Quartet had its debut concert in Los Angeles on Jan. 9, 2001 and has been performing to critical acclaim ever since. Inspired by the great Hollywood String Quartet from over half a century ago, the current members of the NHSQ are likewise premiere performers of their generation. Individually, and together as one of the top string quartets in Southern California, they are well known guests at many of the most prestigious concert series in Los Angeles and its environs.

NHSQ, whose “Hollywood” link may refer mostly to its general geographic status and the fact that its members have worked heavily in the film music orbit, was founded in 2001 and is an heir to the respected older Hollywood String Quartet. At The Huntington, the group exuded a refined and luminous ensemble presence in keeping with its growing reputation, 20 years into its history.


Turgeon Piano Duo

December 7, 2024 at 3:30pm

“The husband-and-wife team of Duo Turgeon play with hypnotic intensity” —American Record Guide

Born in Montreal and Toronto respectively, Canadian pianists Anne Louise-Turgeon and Edward Turgeon have been playing together since 1988, and performing professionally since 1996. Critically acclaimed as one of the top piano duos of our time, the Turgeons have given hundreds of performances, including a European debut at the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, and a New York debut at Weill Recital Hall, to name a few.


Jolivet Trio - flute, bassoon and harp

April 26, 2025 at 3:30pm

All three musicians perform regularly with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Los Angeles Opera and the Santa Monica Symphony. The joy these musicians have found playing together and the special communication they share make this unusual combination of instruments and unique and rare concert experience.


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