The Joyous String Quartet comprises of four kids aged between six and ten years old who have been performing since 2010. One of the youngest performing groups in history, two of them, both violinists are members of the New York International Youth Philharmonic Orchestra.
The quartet performed Bach’s violin concerto in A minor and absolutely nailed it like veterans. The group is super talented. One member of the quartet, Justin Yu, who is a cellist also pursuing a singing career while the bass player, Brendon is an expert at both the piano and double bass. The director of the orchestra also has composed and arranged a series of complex musical sets designed to exhibit their range of talent and bring a wonderful sensation to their audience.
Czardas? No Problem!