St George's Hall Concert Room
- String Quartet No. 2
- String Quartet
- String Quartet No. 15
From the gossamer inhalations and exhalations at the start, to the cello at the centre drawing all the instruments on to a single note, to the multi-layered swoops at the climax, Quatuor Diotima made it sound vibrant and often very beautiful.
Adventures in time and space: the Diotima Quartet is renowned for its willingness to explore – and its power to bring breathtaking clarity to even the most complex avant-garde scores. So imagine what they’ll discover in this imaginatively-conceived programme, which places the greatest of all French string quartets between two extremes of romantic chamber music: the shimmering intensity of Szymanowski, and Schubert’s vast, visionary G major Quartet.
This concert is supported by the Rodewald Concert Society.
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