Open rehearsal with musicians from Oak Hill Music Festival: Listen to a professional string quartet rehearse, ask questions, and enjoy a preview of their upcoming performances.

Come listen to classical music in the Howe Library!  This is an open rehearsal and preview performance by the string quartet of the Oak Hill Music Festival.  It is free and open to all.  It will be held on the main floor of the library.  No registration is required.

The quartet members, Niv Ashkenazi, Keiko Tokunaga, Daniel Orsen, and Daniel Lelchuck, have variously performed at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, received a 2019 GRAMMY award, been called a "dazzling virtuoso" by The Washington Post, and performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra among countless other orchestras and ensembles in the United States and internationally.

The Oak Hill Music Festival is a unique opportunity to enjoy three relaxed summer evening concerts in July with world-class musicians. Founded by Upper Valley native Leah Kohn, in 2022 their inaugural season will offer three curated concerts from July 13 to July 16 that celebrate the depth, diversity, and endless possibilities of chamber music.

More information about The Oak Hill Music Festival, as well as a list of their upcoming concerts, can be found at