Callisto Quartet


7:30 PM

Pre-concert discussion – 7:00 PM

$35 – $75

Programmed by Gary McLaughlin

Callisto Quartet

October 11, 2024

Praised for their “lush intensity and bravado,” and “cohesion and intonation one might expect from an ensemble twice their age,” this American-Canadian ensemble brings together four musicians who share a passion for offering chamber music to audiences around the world. The Callisto Quartet has garnered top prizes in nearly every major international chamber music competition and has been hailed by audiences across the globe. They are currently the Fellowship Quartet in Residence at Yale University.

Cameron Daly – Violin

Gregory Lewis – Violin

Eva Kennedy – Viola

Hannah Moses – Cello

Friday, October 11, 7:30 PM


“Callisto quartet found warmth and severity…both searching and genial, with a tremendous variety of color…” — The Strad

Grand Prize winners of the 2018 Fischoff NationalChamber Music Competition and Second Prize Winners of the 2019 Banff International String Quartet Competition, the Callisto Quartet has also taken home prizes from the Bordeaux, Melbourne, and Wigmore Hall competitions.

The Callisto Quartet maintains an active touring and performing schedule, which has included notable appearances in Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Schneider Concert Series, Ravinia Festival, the Banff International String Quartet Festival, and the Heidelberg String Quartet Festival. Additionally, Callisto has been invited to perform at renowned chamber music festivals throughout North America and Europe, such as the La Jolla Music Society Summerfest, the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, the Emilia Romagna Festival, the Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland Chamber Music Campus, the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and the McGill International String Quartet Academy. In 2021, Callisto performed a series of concerts in Berlin and Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, at the Musethica International Chamber Music Festival, where they collaborated with Musethica director and violist Avri Levitan.

Callisto has been honored to share the stage with many legendary artists, including Misha Amory, Ettore Causa, Desmond Hoebig, Nina Lee, Frank Morelli, Lawrence Power, David Shifrin, Miguel da Silva, Paul Watkins, and many others.

As dedicated educators, the Callisto Quartet is deeply committed to mentoring students and connecting with audiences. Callisto has taught masterclasses at universities including Rice University Shepherd School of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music, and University of California Santa Barbara, and appeared as faculty at summer festivals such as Credo Chamber Music, Bravo International Music Festival, and the Western Reserve Chamber Music Festival. Callisto recently developed a unique chamber music curriculum entitled “Chamber Music Deconstructed”, which they have shared with arts organizations across the country. As a result of the success of this curriculum, Callisto was asked to assist in spearheading a chamber music pedagogy initiative at the Hudson Montessori School Conservatory of Music in 2023, which focused on teacher training and sharing chamber music teaching techniques with private music faculty.


Cameron Daly

Cameron Daly



Gregory Lewis

Gregory Lewis



Eva Kennedy

Eva Kennedy



Hannah Moses

Hannah Moses




Things to Know

Our Venue

THE 222 is a small intimate venue. All seats are very good and have a clear view of the stage.

Seating for this concert is club style with round tables that seat four people. Seating will be assigned by the date of purchase, so the sooner you buy your tickets the closer you will be within the ticket level you purchase from.


222 Seating Plan

Priority seating available for members.

If you want to be seated with friends, the best thing is to buy the tickets together. If not, you can email us at and request to be seated with your friends. After they have their ticket confirmation, just let us know their names.

You will be assigned and escorted to a seat within the level of your purchase.

We are located at 222 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707) 473-9152

Run Time

There will be a pre-concert discussion at 7:00 PM. The concert will start at 7:30 PM and run approximately 90 minutes (with short intermission)


THE 222 is all on ground level. There are no steps. All facilities are ADA compliant. Public parking is available on the north side of the building and along Healdsburg Ave. and Center St.

Food & Beverage Services

Wine and beverage service is available at THE 222 through Grapeseed Wines. Please come early to make sure you have time to get a drink and be comfortably situated at your table before the event.

Complimentary wrapped chocolates are provided at your table for most events. 

No food service is currently provided.

Age Recommendation

We recommend this performance for ages 10 and up. Children under 5 are not admitted.

Content Advisory

This performance has no content advisory and is suitable for all audiences.

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