Rain location - Central Presbyterian Church, 3829 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA
Julie Fox Henson, John Helmich, Tracy Engman-Finkelshteyn, Sherida Josephson, George Work, John Morgan, Steve Charlson and Pete Simonson (Tracy Engman-Finkelshteyn and John Helmich are alternate violin parts.
Interesting Facts about Belin Quartet:
The Belin Quartet was established in the year 2000 by a grant to the Civic Music Association by the Iowa Foundation for the Education, Environment, and the Arts, a charitable foundation created by David Belin. David Belin’s vision that the whole community should have the opportunity to share the joys of classical music is realized through the Belin Quartet. David Belin (1928 – 1999) was a prominent attorney, civic leader, and philanthropist who had a tremendous impact on Des Moines during the last half of the 20th century. A talented violinist himself, he loved music and Des Moines, and with his trademark bow tie, he was an ever-present supporter of music and the arts in the city. The Belin Quartet is a memorial to this truly great man.