Tuesday 19 October 2021 7:30PM
Pavel Haas Quartet; Pavel Nikl viola; Boris Giltburg piano
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Change of Programme
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- Pavel Haas Quartet
- Veronika Jarůšková violin
- Marek Zwiebel violin
- Luosha Fang viola
- Peter Jarůšek cello
- Pavel Nikl viola
- Boris Giltburg piano
Three major works by Brahms performed by a total of six musicians. Each of the works features the ensemble, formed in 2002, and taking its name from that of a leading Czech composer who died in Auschwitz; over the years their recordings of a wide variety of pieces have garnered them several major awards. For the F minor piano quintet they are joined by the Israeli pianist, and for the two string quintets by one of their former members.
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
String Quintet in G Op. 111
Piano Quintet in F minor Op. 34
- String Quintet in G Op. 111