What's On

Your essential guide to all the best concerts taking place in the UK and Ireland. Click here to find out how to submit an event.
Search for an Event
Format: 2019-03-19
Format: 2019-03-19
  • 24 March 2019 - 6:00pm
    London Medical Orchestra plays Elgar and Brahms for Arts 4 Dementia
    Jonathan Hargreaves, Josh Salter, London Medical Orchestra, Tina Bowles
    Church of St Mary Brookfield London NW5 1SL
    United Kingdom

    London Medical Orchestra is delighted to present this really special evening of two works, each among the most loved of the classical repertoire.

    Elgar’s lyrical and passionate Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85, his last notable work, was composed in the aftermath of WW1. It was then virtually ignored until the 1960s, when Jacqueline du Pré's recording caught the public imagination and became a classical best-seller. We will be treated by London Medical Orchestra principal cellist Josh Salter.

    Brahms's beautiful Symphony No 4 in E minor was his last symphony. Rich in allusions, most notably to various Beethoven compositions, it contains some of the darkest and deepest music of the 19th century.

    Refreshments will be served in the interval.

    We recommend reserving your tickets in advance.

    Profits from the evening will be donated to Arts 4 Dementia, empowering people living with dementia in the community through artistic stimulation.

    The church is 5 mins walk from Tufnell Park. On street parking available.

    The London Medical Orchestra was formed in 1954, consisting mainly of refugee doctors and dentists from central Europe. Conductors have included Norman Del Mar, Colin Davis and Bernard Keefe; and Sir Adrian Boult and Jacqueline du Pré are among past Vice Presidents. While orchestra membership is no longer restricted to the medical profession, the Orchestra continues to support medical charities through fund-raising concerts.

    Concerto for cello and orchestra in E minor
    Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
    Symphony No 4 in E minor
    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
  • 19 March 2019 - 7:00pm
    Daniel Shao (flute), Joseph Havlat (piano)- Hattori Foundation Rush Hour Recital
    Daniel Shao, Joseph Havlat
    1901 Arts Club London SE1 8UE
    United Kingdom

    Now in its 11th year, the Hattori Foundation Rush Hour Recital series again features an exciting line-up of current award-winners and its illustrious alumni of recipients from the Foundation's 27 year history of supporting exceptional musical talent.

    Daniel Shao (current senior award winner) recently graduated from his Master’s with Samuel Coles at the Royal Academy of Music, with Distinction, DipRAM, and the Alumni Development Award for ‘singularly distinguished studentship’. Before this, he graduated from Oxford University with a First in Music, and attended the Purcell School, winning the Felsenstein Leaver’s Award.

    Daniel’s playing has been described as “shapely and silvery” (Classical Source, 2017) and possessing “virtuosity, charm, and charisma in abundance” (The Telegraph, 2014). He is a passionate orchestral musician, currently on trial as principal piccolo of the City of Birmingham Symphony, having been a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra, and having appeared as principal flute with the Britten Pears Orchestra. He has performed professionally with groups such as the Multi-Storey Orchestra, Oxford Philharmonic, and Sinfonia Cymru.

    Daniel has won many awards, including the British Flute Society Young Artist Competition, the Oxford Philomusica and Brighton Springboard concerto competitions, RAM’s Chris Taylor Flute Award, and the Royal Overseas League’s ‘Sussex Prize’. He was a wind finalist for BBC Young Musician 2014, broadcast on BBC TV and radio.

    Daniel has performed concertos with the Oxford Philharmonic, Czech National Symphony, Amadeus Orchestra, and Kingston Chamber Orchestra, and has given solo performances at venues including Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, and the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room. He is grateful for support from the Countess of Munster Trust (for whom he is a recital scheme artist) and Hattori Foundation.

    Joseph Havlat was born in Hobart, Australia, and studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London under Prof. Joanna MacGregor from 2012-18. Joseph has performed in major concert venues around the UK and in Europe, America, Japan and Australia as a soloist and as part of chamber groups and orchestras. He is a keen sock enthusiast and chamber musician, performing frequently with multiple groups - Tritium (clarinet) trio, Trio Derazey, Duo Ex Libris as well as the LSO percussion ensemble, with whom he toured Japan in 2018 giving the premiere of a work by John Adams.

    Passionate about contemporary music, he is a founding member and artistic director of contemporary music collective Ensemble x.y and is also an avid composer, having written for the aforementioned ensembles, among others. Having now graduated from the Academy, he is there serving as a Piano fellow for 2018-19, having also been a Chamber music fellow for the previous year.

    The Hattori Foundation was established as an Educational Trust by the Hattori Family and granted charity status in 1992.

    The aim of the Foundation in the field of music is to encourage and assist exceptionally talented young instrumental soloists or chamber ensembles who are British Nationals or resident in the UK and whose talent and achievements give promise of an international career.

    Fantasia for Flute and Piano
    Georges Hüe (1858-1948)
    Trois chansons de Bilitis
    Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
    Sonata for Flute and Piano in C
    Otar Taktakishvili (1924-1989)
    Golden Rhapsody, for flute and piano
    Alex Woolf ()
    The Panic Flirt
    Alexandre Delgado (1965-)
    Canzone, for flute and piano
    Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    Hungarian Peasant Suite, arrangement of '15 Hungarian Peasant Songs' for piano
    Bela Bartók (1881-1945)
  • 23 March 2019 - 7:30pm
    Anthems by Mendelssohn, Wesley and Bruckner | London Pro Arte Choir
    Charles Andrews, London Pro Arte Choir, Tom Winpenny
    Church of St Michael and All Angels Mill Hill NW7 2JA
    United Kingdom

    London Pro Arte Choir, conducted by their Musical Director, Tom Winpenny will perform a concert of anthems composed during the 19th century. The choir will be joined by four soloists and accompanied on the organ by Charles Andrews.

    Hear my Prayer
    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
    Lauda Sion
    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
    Verleih uns Frieden
    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
    Ascribe unto the Lord
    Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
    Christus factus est
    Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)
    Locus iste
    Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)
  • 20 March 2019 - 1:10pm
    Teresa de la Escalera, Melina Karagianni play piano works by Chopin and Mozart
    Melina Karagianni, Teresa de la Escalera
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Teresa de la Escalera Calderón, playing the first five works in this recital, was born in Madrid in 1996. She began her piano studies at the age of five with Professor Djurdjica Kovalj and then later with Professor Fe del Campo.

    Between 2008 and 2010 she participated in three editions of the International Piano Contest Ciudad de San Sebastián, in four categories: ‘Four hands Elementary’, ‘Medio 2’, ‘Medio 3’ and ‘Superior 1’. She won one first prize and two second prizes. She has also participated in many notable concerts such as Winners Concerts in Teatro Victoria Eugenia de San Sebastián (2008 and 2009), Festival Horacio Icasto in Navia, Asturias (2008 and 2009), Civic Center of University of Zaragoza, a Concert Tribute to Juan Carlos Calderón at the Palacio de Festivales de Santander with the Sinphonic Orquestra Séptimo Art, under the baton of Inma Shara. In 2012, she finished her studies at the Conservatorio de Amaniel in Madrid two years early, earning the Professional Degree with two Honourable Mentions, for Performance and Chamber Music. As she did not have the legal age for higher education yet, so she carried on tudying with her professors, Fe del Campo and Miguel Baselga.

    In December 2013, she was accepted at the Royal Academy of Music in London. In January 2017, Teresa was awarded 3rd place in the Worshipful Company of Musicians Harriet Cohen Bach Prize at the Academy. Following that, in Febuary, she was awarded Second prize in her year, for her playing of Mozart’s Piano Concerto no.15.

    Teresa is currently in her fourth year for her BMus Degree, studying with Tessa Nicholson and hopes to pursuit a career as a musician.

    The second half of the recital will be played by Melina Karagianni. Born in Rhodes in 1995, Melina started piano lessons at the age of six. In Greece, she studied piano with Katy Kastrouni, Maria Kanatsouli and Dora Bakapoulou. In 2007, Melina auditioned at the Royal Academy of Music where she earned a place to study in the junior department under a Greek Government Scholarship, and was taken on by Tessa Nicholson. The following year, she received a place at The Purcell School where she continued continue to study with Tessa Nicholson and received a full scholarship from the UK Government’s Music and Dance Scheme.

    Since April 2008, Melina has returned to Greece annually to give solo recitals in Athens and Rhodes, including a performance in Athens’s biggest classical venue, ‘Megaro Mousikis’. These concerts were very well received and resulted in her being asked to play in the international EPTA conference in Rhodes in September, 2008.

    Melina has performed, as a soloist and chamber musician, in many London venues such as Wigmore Hall, St. James’s Piccadilly, Steinway Hall, Christ Church, The Dukes Hall at The Royal Academy of Music and the Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre. In 2008 and 2009, she was selected in the Jacque Samuels Intercollegiate Piano Competition to play at the Wigmore Hall. In 2009, she took part in the 2nd International Liszt Competition, where she reached the final and later that year won 1st prize in the Iris Dyer Piano Prize at the Royal Academy of Music. In June 2011, Melina had the great opportunity of playing at an Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham palace, in the presence of The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles. In March 2012, she performed Brahms Hungarian Dances on the BBC Radio 3 programme ‘In Tune’, followed by an interview with Sean Rafferty. Later in March, she performed at the Fazioli Concert Hall in Sacile, Italy, for Purcell’s 50th Anniversary concert. In May 2014, Melina participated in the ‘Alkan-Zimmerman International Piano Competition’ and was awarded 3rd prize. In March 2015, Melina won the piano prize at the AESS Courtney Kenny Award. In September 2016, Melina performed at the Piano Open Day at the Royal Academy of Music where she took part in a masterclass with the Head of Keyboard, Joanna MacGregor.

    Melina has performed in masterclasses with Peter Nagy, Kathryn Stott, Mikhail Petukhov, Steven Osbourne, Andras Schiff, Paul Badura-Skoda and Dmitri Alexeev. In 2013, she took part in the Valencia International Piano Academy, where she had lessons with worldwide performers/teachers such as Julian Martin, Yong Hi Moon and Dominique Weber.

    Melina is currently in her last year of her Bachelor of Music (BMus) Degree at the Royal Academy of Music under Tessa Nicholson, where she was awarded a scholarship from the ‘Trustee of the Athena Award’ as well as the Sir John Cass’s Foundation. From September 2017, she will be carrying on her studies for Master of Arts at the Royal Academy of Music.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Sonata for keyboard in G major
    Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
    Sonata for keyboard in D minor 'Pastorale'
    Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
    Mazurka No 2 in E minor from 4 Mazurkas
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Nocturne No 3 in B
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Scherzo No 3 in C sharp minor
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Fantasia in C minor
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
    Mazurka No 40 in F minor
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Mazurka No 49 in A minor
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
  • 25 March 2019 - 1:10pm
    Rose Hsien (violin) and Andrew Hsu (piano) play Brahms, Elgar and Schubert
    Andrew Hsu, Rose Hsien
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Taiwanese violinist Rose Hsien, currently based in London, is building a strong international reputation as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician through distinctive and unusually mature performances. She has performed across Europe, Asia and the United States with orchestras such as the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Prague Philharmonic and the Russian Symphony Orchestra and in venues including Carnegie Hall, the Concertgebouw, Rudolfinum’s Dvorak Hall, the Barbican, and the Wigmore Hall. Recently she gave a recital tour involving concerts around the world which included her Tokyo debut at the Suntory Hall in Japan.
    She was a prize winner/finalist in the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition, the 6th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians, the International Debussy Competition at the Salzburg Mozarteum and the 2017 1st Berliner International Music Competition. This summer, Rose got invited back again to participate in the prestigious Marlboro Music Festival.

    Born in Taiwan, Rose moved to Singapore at 14 years of age, where she was admitted to the Bachelor's programme at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore, studying with Qian Zhou. She subsequently moved to London to study with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. At just 24 years of age, she is currently pursuing a PhD at the Royal Academy of Music. She plays on a Bergonzi violin, generously lent to her by the Rin Collection.

    Andrew Hsu is a critically acclaimed pianist and composer. A 2014 Gilmore Young Artist, Hsu’s “incendiary” (New York Times) and “beautifully florid and lyrical” (Times Argus) performances have brought him to stages across Europe and the USA. Writing music characterized as “an amorphous cloud of dissonance, slow and vibrating” (New York Times) and “deliciously atmospheric, pulseless” (Oregon ArtsWatch), Hsu’s compositions have been performed at venues including Carnegie Hall, Die Glocke, the Konzerthaus Berlin, Lincoln Center, and the Tanglewood Music Center. His compositions have received honors from organizations such as the American Academy of Arts and Letters, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), Aspen Music Festival and School, Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI), and the Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute.

    Hsu currently is a C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellow at The Juilliard School in New York City as a pupil of Matthias Pintscher. He is an alumnus of the Curtis Institute of Music and Juilliard, where he held the Rising Star Annual and Kovner Fellowships respectively. His primary instructors have included pianists Gary Graffman and Eleanor Sokoloff, and composers Samuel Adler, Richard Danielpour, David Ludwig, and Steven Stucky.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
    Salut d’amour
    Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
    Mot d'amour, 'Liebesahnung'
    Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
    Fantasie for violin and piano in C
    Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
    Contemplations (arr Heifetz)
    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
    Poupée valsante (Dancing doll), for piano
    Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962)
    Marche Miniature Viennoise
    Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962)
  • 27 March 2019 - 1:10pm
    Mimi Doulton (soprano), Dominic Degavino (piano) perform songs by Bartok, Ravel
    Dominic Degavino, Mimi Doulton
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Mimi Doulton is a soprano of British-Pakistani origin, with a particular interest in contemporary opera and song. She is a Park Lane Group Young Artist and an Opera Prelude Artist for 2018/19, and was previously a Fondation Royaumont Voix Nouvelles scholar. In 2017/18 she won third place at the Music Club of London Competition, and was a finalist at the Dean and Chadlington Competition.

    Recently, Mimi has created roles in Wake with Birmingham Opera Company (directed by Graham Vick CBE); Blue Electric and Schutzwall at Tête a Tête. She has developed new operas with the Royal Opera, Mahogany Opera Group and Snape Maltings. Other operatic work has included title roles in Gluck's Orfeo ed Eurydice and Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne. In 2018/19 Mimi will be touring the role of Mabel in the Pirates of Penzance with Merry Opera Company.

    As a recitalist, she has premiered works at venues including Wigmore Hall, Club Inégales and Fondation Royaumont. She was part of the London Symphony Orchestra's 'This is Rattle' Festival in 2017/18, and performed Copland's 12 poems of Emily Dickinson in the Barbican Hall as part of the orchestra's Bernstein Centenary celebrations.

    An experienced chorister and ensemble singer, she performs regularly with the professional choirs at St. Bride's Fleet Street and St. Paul's Cathedral; Apollo Voices, the Blossom Street Singers and Tenebrae.

    She graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with distinction in 2018, where her studies were supported by the Guildhall School Trust, the Humphrey Richardson Taylor Trust, the Mario Lanza Educational Foundation, the Charity of Mary Barnes, and three private donors. Previously, Mimi was the Helen Hudson choral scholar at King's College London, graduating with first-class honours in Music and Languages in 2015. She continues her studies with Gary Coward.

    Dominic Degavino grew up in Milton Keynes, and started studying the piano when he was six years old. Soon after, he gained a place at Chetham’s School of Music, where he studied for eight years, followed by studies as an ABRSM Scholar at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, all under the tutelage of Helen Krizos.

    In recent years, Dominic has achieved considerable competition success, including winning the RNCM Gold Medal Competition, 3rd Prize at the Concours International de Piano d'Epinal in France, the Foundazione Antonio Carlo Monzino prize at the Imola International Piano Awards, first prize in the Orpheus Musician of the Year Competition and prizes at the Brant International Piano Competition and Bromsgrove International Musicians' Competition. Recently, he was also the keyboard section winner of both the Tunbridge Wells International Young Concert Artists Competition and the 2017 Royal Over-Seas League Arts Competition.

    He has performed concerts in venues across the United Kingdom and beyond, including performances at the Wigmore Hall and Southbank Centre, London as a Park Lane Group artist, as well as at St. Martin-in-the-fields, London, the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and the Lichfield and Edinburgh festivals, among others. Concerto appearances include performances with the Manchester Camerata and RNCM Symphony Orchestra, and he has taken part in masterclasses with eminent pianists such as Lang Lang, Richard Goode, Peter Frankl and John O'Conor.

    Dominic is also a keen chamber music pianist and accompanist, and his work in this field has won him numerous prizes, including the Elsie Thurston Prize, Paganini prize and the Norman George Violin Scholarship at RNCM (with Violinist Tom Mathias). He also enjoys playing Jazz, and has appeared regularly with the RNCM Big Band, with whom he has broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

    Dominic is now continuing his studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with tutors Charles Owen and Noriko Ogawa. He is generously supported by The Countess of Munster Musical Trust, Help Musicians UK and the South Square Trust.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    5 Village Scenes
    Bela Bartók (1881-1945)
    Cinq mélodies populaires grecques
    Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
    Chants populaires
    Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
    Scotch minstrelsy
    Judith Weir (1954-)
  • 29 March 2019 - 1:10pm
    The Jacquin Trio play works by Beethoven, Bruch and Stravinsky
    Charis Hanning, Jacquin Trio, Jessica Grimes, Kay Stephen
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Featured in Classical Music Magazine as one of the "front runners taking to the chamber music stage", the Jacquin Trio are rapidly establishing a reputation for their dynamic performances and spirited music making. Winners of the Royal Overseas League and the St Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Music Competitions, the trio have performed extensively across the UK as Making Music artists and in some of the most prestigious venues in the country. They have been recognised with awards and prizes from the International Music Competition 'Salzburg' Grand Prize Virtuoso 2016, Park Lane Group, the Solti Foundation, the Fidelio Trust, the 19th International Chamber Music Competition in Thessaloniki, Greece, the RCM's Douglas Whittaker Prize, and the Tunnell Trust, the latter seeing them complete a critically acclaimed tour of Scotland in 2014.

    The Jacquins were also delighted to be ensemble in residence at The Forge, Camden where they curated a successful series celebrating some of the most exciting music for the ensemble, past and present. In 2015, the trio received enthusiastic reviews for their performances at the Banff Centre's prestigious summer chamber music residency, where they studied intensively with the eminent pianist Gilbert Kalish. They attend and performed at the International Musicians Seminar 2016 at Prussia Cove supported by the Solti Foundation, working with composer and pianist Thomas Adès.

    In addition to their concert schedule, the trio are well experienced in music education and outreach projects, particularly through their long and ongoing association with Live Music Now.

    The Jacquin Trio have already had several works written especially for them by both established and up and coming composers and are extending their repertoire with current commissions, including one from acclaimed composer Charlotte Bray to be premiered at the Park Lane Group Spring Series 2017 at St John's Smith Square.

    "They owned the Françaix in every way…the Jacquin Trio made it all look second nature.”
    "...scintillating good fun! Great piece! Awesome performance!” The Calgary Herald?

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Trio No 4 in B flat for clarinet, cello and piano, 'Gassenhauer'
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
    Excerpts from 8 Pieces for clarinet, viola and piano
    Max Bruch (1838-1920)
    Suite from L'histoire du soldat, 'The Soldier's Tale'
    Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)
  • 24 March 2019 - 3:00pm
    Iestyn Davies and Fretwork
    Fretwork, Iestyn Davies
    Saffron Hall Saffron Walden CB11 4UH
    United Kingdom

    When Michael Nyman started reinventing the English baroque back in the 1980s, one critic described the result as “pump- action Purcell”. This concert combines these two singular musical styles through the stunning voice of countertenor Iestyn Davies and viol consort Fretwork serving as the bridge across three centuries. Expect bold harmonies, wondrous inventions, and melodies that will haunt your dreams – whether from the 17th century or the 21st.

    No Time in Eternity
    Michael Nyman (1944-)
    An evening hymn on a ground, 'Now that the sun hath veiled his light'
    Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
    Balancing the books
    Michael Nyman (1944-)
    Music for a while from Oedipus
    Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
    O solitude my sweetest choice
    Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
    Fantazia of 5 parts in F ‘upon one note’
    Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
    Self-laudatory hymn of Inanna and her omnipotence
    Michael Nyman (1944-)
  • 23 March 2019 - 8:00pm
    Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem | Leicester Philharmonic Choir
    Capriccio Ensemble, Claire Ward, Julian Empett, Leicester Philharmonic Choir, Stephen Bullamore
    Church of St James the Greater Leicester LE2 1NE
    United Kingdom

    Despite the title, Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem does not set the traditional Mass for the Dead, but rather a selection of texts from the bible offering comfort to the living in their grief. It includes the heart-rending soprano solo that he withheld from release until he knew that the work as a whole was successful.

    Pre-concert talk and drinks reception: 7.30pm

    Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem)
    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
  • 23 March 2019 - 8:00pm
    Oxshott and Cobham Music Society -Celebrity Concert - Dover String Quartet
    Dover String Quartet
    Holy Trinity Church Claygate KT10 0JP
    United Kingdom

    The news is out! The Dover Quartet is stealing the musical headlines. Just named the new Quartet in Residence at Washington's Kennedy Centre, they join the Kalichstein/Laredo/ Robinson Trio for the 2018-2019 season of music at the start of a three-year term.

    The Quartet’s residency is also intended to provide the ensemble with tools to expand their education footprint, developing a mobile capsule program, reaching school children while touring, and utilizing the Kennedy Centre’s vast educational network throughout the United `States.

    These phenomenal young players, who return for their second visit to Claygate in March 2019, formed their quartet when they were just 19-year-old students at the Curtis Institute. There followed a stunning sweep of top awards beginning with First Prize at the Banff, Canada, International String Quartet Competition, and a leap to international stardom, with The New Yorker magazine naming them “the young American string quartet of the moment.”

    Their diary is crammed with concerts across the USA, Canada and Europe .

    "The Dover Quartet players have it in them to become the next Guarneri String Quartet — they're that good. Expert musicianship, razor-sharp ensemble, deep musical feeling and a palpable commitment to communication made their performances satisfying on many levels." – Chicago Tribune
    “The Dover Quartet’s Kennedy Centre debut shows why they should be on must-hear list.” The Washington Post
    "Masterly, nuanced.... Gutsy and earthy sounds" - The Wall Street Journal,
    "One of the world's finest young quartets"- The New Yorker.

    String Quartet No 27 in D
    (Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
    4 Pieces for String Quartet
    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
    String Quartet No 14 in A flat
    Antonín Dvorák (1841-1904)
We use cookies to improve your experience of our website. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you. Read more here