Performing Arts Series presents 6-WIRE Trio

The Performing Arts Series presents 6-wire Trio. Inspired by the historical connection between the Erhu, the Chinese 2-stringed violin, and the 4-stringed Western violin – both essential leading instruments, 6-WIRE was founded in 2010 by two virtuoso musicians: violinist Xiang Gao and erhu master Cathy Yang, who compose and perform contemporary, classical, chamber, world music, and jazz with the remarkable pianist and arranger, Matthew Brower. 6-WIRE celebrates diversity in its performances, weaving stories into its concerts, transforming how live instrumental music is experienced. Their electrifying performances redefine traditional chamber music with forward-looking compositions and commissions along with cutting-edge audio and video technology, fulfilling its mission to promote cultural exchange while attracting new chamber music audiences with new repertoire and new sounds.

  • Complimentary general parking is provided on Level 4 of the Brian J. Whalen Complex, 30 minutes prior to showtime, or after 7:00pm
  • ADA parking is available on all floors. 
  • In the event that there is an Athletic event on the same day and time, the second floor of Brian J. Whalen will be designated for School of the Arts parking.  Signage will be placed at the Virginia Street entrance to Brian J. Whalen directing guests down to the second floor.

Thursday, February 22 at 7:30 pm

Church Fine Arts, Nightingale Concert Hall
39.5412425545764, -119.8168797791

Event Type

Arts, Music


College of Liberal Arts, School of the Arts



GA $40; Senior/Faculty/Staff $38; Youth (3-17) $16; UNR student $5

Performing Art Series


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