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Belcea Quartet

Friday 15 Jun 2018 7:30pm

Part of Aldeburgh Festival

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Belcea Quartet

Dvořák Quartet ‘American’ 30′
Janáček Quartet No. 1 ‘Kreutzer Sonata’ 18′
Mozart Quartet in Bb K589 ‘Prussian’ 26′

(ends approx. 9.15pm)

Over the last two decades the Belcea Quartet has taken a commanding place amongst contemporary string quartets. ‘The intelligence and honesty of the playing was as impressive as its energy and vehemence’ wrote The New York Times of a recent performance, and it is hard to think of qualities better suited to Janáček’s explosive quartet. But the freshness of their approach, coupled with a searching intelligence, yield comparable insights in both Dvořák’s much-loved quartet and Mozart’s brilliantly inventive work.


Main Image Credit: Sam Murray-Sutton