I also had the pleasure of hearing a concert by the Borromeo String Quartet last weekend and, wow, was it terrific! The musicians played Dvorak's "American" quartet and Schubert's "Death and the Maiden" quartet. In addition to being out of this world musicians, they're also quite progressive in terms of presenting classical music to audiences in new and interesting ways. To the point, they used laptops instead of paper scores, using foot pedals to turn the pages. As Nicholas Kitchen explained, this setup is quite useful as they can easily see the entire score, as opposed to just an individual part. They also displayed some of the Schubert score on a projector screen for the audience to view and played a recording of another group's interpretation of the Dvorak piece for comparison's sake. Some people might not like multimedia finding its way into the concert hall, but everything was so seamlessly integrated that I found the experience illuminating and not at all distracting. A YouTube video can't do them justice, but here's them playing the final movement of "Death and the Maiden" from a different performance. Enjoy!
P.S. I'm looking forward to sharing some of my own piano playing with you guys in the coming weeks.