The programme included works by Stravinsky, Knussen and Schoenberg.
The second concert will take place this Friday (11 April) with pianist Huw Watkins joining the ensemble for an evening of British and American chamber music. The programme celebrates a varied programme of twentieth–century works and will include the Washington premiere of Elliott Carter’s final work Epigrams.
Other works include Britten's Phantasy Quartet, Neikrug's Piano Trio, Knussen's Cantata and Bridge's Piano Trio No. 2.
Co–founder and principal cellist, Ulrich Heinen, and principal violinist, Alexandra Wood, have been given the opportunity to perform on Library of Congress Stradivarius instruments.