Published on September 15, 2010 by Nathan Troost 

The Tokyo String Quartet visited Samford's Brock Recital Hall Tuesday, September 14.  One member from the quartet took some time with Samford students earlier in the day to provide a little added instruction and answer any questions.  In the evening, the group performed in front of a sold-out audience.  For more information, visit
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