Just as a composer need not work in isolation, a patron need not be a single individual of great wealth. When we pool our ideas and resources,
our collective strength can work wonders. Hybrid Vigor Music depends on the generosity of many people. Don’t just admire them from the
sidelines. Be one of them. Every contribution makes a real difference.
Each volume of the Quartet Project will bear a dedication to a master teacher, someone who inspired life-long passion for the art and beauty of
playing chamber music.
You can also support the Quartet Project by pre-ordering your first edition copy of the printed collection. You’ll be able to play these quartets
with your friends, give them as a gift to your favorite string player, or donate them to your local music program and library.
Marylou Speaker Churchill Dedication
Volume 4 of the Quartet Project will be dedicated to Marylou Speaker Churchill, long-time principal second violin of the Boston Symphony and a
hugely influential teacher and generous mentor.
Click here to view a PDF mock-up of the volume
Norman Fischer Dedication
Volume 5 of Quartet Project will be dedicated to Norman Fischer, one of the finest cellists of our time and a guiding light in the worlds of
chamber music and cello pedagogy. This effort is being lead by a committee made up of Norman's friends, family, colleagues, and former
Sally Bagg Dedication
Volume 3 of the Quartet Project will be dedicated to Sally Robinson Bagg, beloved cello teacher who nurtured generations of players as director
of junior Greenwood Music Camp in Cummington, MA. Click here to view a PDF mock-up of the volume.
Volume 6 of the Quartet Project will be dedicated to Leopold Teraspulsky and Jacqueline Melnick, founders and directors of the Musicorda
Chamber Music Institute and Festival in South Hadley, MA. Click here to view a PDF mock-up of the volume
To donate or order on-line, click here.
To pay by check, download the following donation and music order form and mail it with your check to:
Hybrid Vigor Music
PO Box 178
Amherst, MA 01004