Fremont String Quartet

This exciting new string quartet is comprised of the principals of the Utah Symphony. Their first performance was at a brewery (!) as part of the Utah Symphony's Great American Road Trip in late 2017. The quartet's name is an homage to some early inhabitants of Utah, who, nearly a thousand years ago, carved and painted exquisite images on desert rocks close to where the quartet made its debut.

Hear their program of Beethoven, Brahms, Stravinsky, and Arvo Pärt at St. Mary's in Park City, UT on August 1!

Claude Halter

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Brant Bayless

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Rainer Eudeikis

Rainer joined the Utah Symphony as Principal Cellist in 2014, following studies at the Curtis Institute of Music, Indiana University, and the University of Michigan. He has also been principal cellist of the Mainly Mozart Festival, Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, and Central City Opera. He has two very large dogs and loves drinking cheap beer.