|12th February 2024|
The Queens Hall Edinburgh
85 - 89 Clerk Street, Edinburgh South EH8 9JG
|£30 - £19|
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The Barbican Quartet is an original voice on the chamber music scene, based between London and Munich, delighting audiences with their intimately powerful performances and virtuosic ensemble playing.
A multi award-winning ensemble, they made their Wigmore Hall debut in 2017 and were first prize winners of the 2022 ARD International String Quartet Competition.
A varied programme begins with the first of Haydn’s “Prussian” quartets, continues with Alban Berg’s two movement quartet Opus 3, and culminates in one of Beethoven’s late, great quartets written towards the end of his life and including one of his most sublime movements, dedicated by the composer as: "A Convalescent's Holy Song of Thanksgiving to the Deity, in the Lydian Mode."
Haydn String Quartet in B flat major Op 50 No 1
Berg String Quartet Op 3
Beethoven String Quartet in A minor Op 132
NEW TOWN CONCERTS SERIES SUBSCRIPTION
This concert is part of the New Town Concerts 2023/24 series which also includes Carolyn Sampson and Joseph Middleton, the Elias Quartet and the Nash Ensemble. To take advantage of a subscription to the entire series, which will allow you to select seats in all four concerts and access a multibuy discount, click here.
Presented by New Town Concerts
Image credit: Andrej Grilc
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