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Quartet Connects Through Music and Dance

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Quartet Connects Through Music and Dance

Quartet Connects Through Music and Dance

Quartet Connects Through Music and Dance

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When the young members of the Tarantella Quartet aren't rehearsing string quartets, one might find them out on the dance floor. "I've taken classes in jazz, tap and ballet," says violist Celia Hatton, "but Latin dancing was calling my name and I haven't been able to stop!" The group plays two of Ervin Schulhoff's Five Pieces for String Quartet. This segment originally aired on Mar. 21, 2007