With the Something to Write Home About program, Spektral invites concertgoers to join the creative process.
The Chicago Tribune takes a dive into how local arts groups are doing generally, and digital programming.
Alex Ross profiles the Spektral Quartet for The New Yorker, calling the group’s new album a tour-de-force.
The New York Times highlights the Spektral Quartet as one of “10 Classical Concerts to Stream in October.”
The Chicago Reader reviews Spektral’s first studio release in four years, Experiments in Living.
The three-time Grammy nominated Spektral Quartet actively pursues a vivid conversation between exhilarating works of the traditional repertoire and those written this decade, this year, or this week. Since its inception in 2010, Spektral is known for creating seamless connections across centuries, drawing in the listener with charismatic deliveries, interactive concert formats, an up-close atmosphere, and bold, inquisitive programming.
Nathalie Joachim’s “Fanm D’ayiti,” featuring Spektral Quartet, is a Grammy nominee for “Best World Music Album.”