Dear friends,

Please mark your calendars!

Members of the Peachtree String Quartet are busy performing around the country this summer but we are all excited about getting back together in September for our upcoming 2017-2018 season. Our sixth season of concerts will start off with our fall performance on Sunday October 8, at our home venue in the Garden Hills Recreation Center. Our "Prodigies" program will feature works by three composers whose talents emerged early in life, Mendelssohn, Mozart, and Rota. For this concert, we are pleased to welcome guest violinist, Sissi Zhang, who comes to Atlanta from Yale University and the Julliard School and very recently joined the first violin section of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Also, we are happy to announce that PSQ violist Yang Yoon Kim will be making music with us again following her sabbatical last year. It’s great to have Yang Yoon back with us! [View our Fall Concert poster] [Purchase tickets online]

Other concerts planned for this season are our winter concert on February 18 and our spring concert on April 15, all at 3 PM at the Recreation Center. Later in the season, we will be featuring the great string quartets of Ludwig van Beethoven. If you have not done so already please like us on Facebook and check out our website to keep up with all the PSQ concerts in and around Atlanta.

Thank you for all you do to support the Peachtree String Quartet. Our concerts at the Recreation Center offer the opportunity to hear chamber music in a delightful intimate setting. We look forward to renewing our friendships with our regular attendees and making new acquaintances with those of you who may be new to our concert series.

We look forward to seeing you in October.


Christopher Pulgram, director

The Peachtree String Quartet was formed in 2012 by four distinguished Atlanta musicians who have performed around the world as soloists and chamber musicians: Christopher Pulgram (director), John Meisner, Yang-Yoon Kim and Jennifer Humphreys.

PSQ brings an innovative approach to Atlanta's chamber music scene – a clear focus on string quartet music. The group seeks to return chamber music to its purest form: two violinists, a violist and a cellist playing the greatest chamber music ever written for all kinds of people in intimate settings. (The group’s home base is the welcoming and woodsy Garden Hills Recreation Center, a stone’s throw from its director’s house.) For many, PSQ opens the door to string quartet music they haven't yet had a chance to encounter and enjoy.

Concerts feature both well-loved and rarely heard selections to delight and move audiences. The group’s repertoire spans 300 years and includes works written as recently as last year.