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2022 release. Nearly a decade ago, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and 2021 Grammy nominee Becca Stevens was approached with an intriguing concept: to reimagine a selection of her songs with string arrangements for a performance at San Diego's illustrious Mainly Mozart Festival. Little did she know, it would be a life-changing opportunity-introducing her to her future husband, the acclaimed violist, composer, and member of the Grammy Award-winning Attacca Quartet, Nathan Schram. The concert would also inspire a career-spanning passion project and resulted in the couple's first collaborative album, Becca Stevens Attacca Quartet. Now, with the release of Becca Stevens Attacca Quartet, the couple embarks on a new journey together. Yet the album also closes a chapter for Becca. Rarely does an artist get the opportunity to examine-and reimagine-their work quite as intensely as Becca has over the past decade. "It's very satisfying to see that a song still works, years after writing it," she reflects. "I think that growth is a beautiful aspect of this project. We are realizing these songs in a different light and bringing a brand-new energy to them."
2022 release. Nearly a decade ago, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and 2021 Grammy nominee Becca Stevens was approached with an intriguing concept: to reimagine a selection of her songs with string arrangements for a performance at San Diego's illustrious Mainly Mozart Festival. Little did she know, it would be a life-changing opportunity-introducing her to her future husband, the acclaimed violist, composer, and member of the Grammy Award-winning Attacca Quartet, Nathan Schram. The concert would also inspire a career-spanning passion project and resulted in the couple's first collaborative album, Becca Stevens Attacca Quartet. Now, with the release of Becca Stevens Attacca Quartet, the couple embarks on a new journey together. Yet the album also closes a chapter for Becca. Rarely does an artist get the opportunity to examine-and reimagine-their work quite as intensely as Becca has over the past decade. "It's very satisfying to see that a song still works, years after writing it," she reflects. "I think that growth is a beautiful aspect of this project. We are realizing these songs in a different light and bringing a brand-new energy to them."
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2022 release. Nearly a decade ago, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and 2021 Grammy nominee Becca Stevens was approached with an intriguing concept: to reimagine a selection of her songs with string arrangements for a performance at San Diego's illustrious Mainly Mozart Festival. Little did she know, it would be a life-changing opportunity-introducing her to her future husband, the acclaimed violist, composer, and member of the Grammy Award-winning Attacca Quartet, Nathan Schram. The concert would also inspire a career-spanning passion project and resulted in the couple's first collaborative album, Becca Stevens Attacca Quartet. Now, with the release of Becca Stevens Attacca Quartet, the couple embarks on a new journey together. Yet the album also closes a chapter for Becca. Rarely does an artist get the opportunity to examine-and reimagine-their work quite as intensely as Becca has over the past decade. "It's very satisfying to see that a song still works, years after writing it," she reflects. "I think that growth is a beautiful aspect of this project. We are realizing these songs in a different light and bringing a brand-new energy to them."
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