Friday 15 December 2017 7:30PM

Anthony Marwood violin; Isabelle van Keulen violin; Lawrence Power viola; Richard Lester cello; Heath Quartet

Mendelssohn and Enescu

Additional notes

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Archived

  • Anthony Marwood violin
  • Isabelle van Keulen violin
  • Lawrence Power viola
  • Richard Lester cello
  • Heath Quartet
  • Oliver Heath violin
  • Sara Wolstenholme violin
  • Gary Pomeroy viola
  • Christopher Murray cello

Anthony Marwood, the Heath Quartet and three other wonderful chamber musicians open with Mendelssohn’s Octet, a miraculous product of his mid-teens.

Enescu’s fine String Octet also dates from the Romanian composer’s teenage years. ‘I wore myself out trying to make work a piece of music divided into four segments of such length that each of them was likely at any moment to break’, Enescu later recalled.

  • Supported by CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust
  • Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
        • String Octet in E flat major Op. 20
  • Interval
  • George Enescu (1881-1955)
        • String Octet in C major Op. 7

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