“With musicians like this there must be some hope for humanity.” (The Times London)
On the road and at home with the members of the world-famous Emerson String Quartet as they play the final concerts of their illustrious career.
Approaching the end of an almost five decade-long, GRAMMY-filled career, one of the foremost string quartets in the world looks back on its colorful journey.
Follow the four members of the Emerson String Quartet as they reflect on the meaning of playing their last notes together.
A deeply emotional tour, both down memory lane and to concert halls around the globe, LATE STYLE documents the lifelong passions and legacy of this historic band of musicians, from their early days to the moment of their final curtain call, as they pass on the mantle of their dynamic music-making to the next generation of aspiring artists.
“Want to know the groups or duos that have won the most Grammys? U2 is the top group with 22 Grammys, followed by Foo Fighters (15), Alison Krauss & Union Station (14), The Chicks (12), Pat Metheny Group (10) and Emerson String Quartet (nine).” Read the full article on Billboard.com here.
The entire team behind LATE STYLE – The Final Notes of the Emerson Quartet production is happy to announce that principal photography and the editing process has commenced.
With production coming to an end, the Emerson String Quartet has also played their final concert after almost half a century of performances, domestic and international tours in renown concert halls, countless rehearsals, nine Grammys and lots of fun being together as artist, musicians, fathers, and friends for life.