Rush Hour celebrated its 11th season finale with a stunning performance of Schubert’s String Quartet No. 14 in D minor (“Death and the Maiden”) by the Euclid Quartet. The concert was dedicated to the legacy of Norman Pellegrini and was sponsored in part by the NIB Foundation.

Jacob Murphy, violin (left); Luis Vargas, viola (center left); Si-Yan Darren Li, cello (center right); and Jameson Cooper, violin (right) of the Euclid Quartet discuss their program with Artistic Director Deborah Sobol (far right)

Rush Hour supporters (from left to right) Mark & Chase Levey and Richard & Mary Gray connect with Rush Hour Artistic Director Deborah Sobol (center) during the pre-concert reception.

An Argo Tea team member prepares samples at the pre-concert reception. Additional refreshments were provided to a capacity crowd by Trader Joe’s and included cheese and crackers, strawberries and madeleine cookies.

Rush Hour volunteer and fanfare member Peter Graening greets concertgoers near a donation box inside the Cathedral. Rush Hour is currently only 1% away from meeting its season fundraising goal!

Members of the Euclid Quartet pose for a picture with Artistic Director Deborah Sobol after receiving a standing ovation for their inspired performance, which closed Rush Hour’s 2010 season.

Rush Hour volunteers Mark Raymo (left) and Chuck Hamilton (right) smile together at a post-concert reception honoring Rush Hour’s dedicated volunteer team and major supporters.  Rush Hour needs volunteer assistance year-round; visit rushhour.org/volunteer for information on how to get involved.

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