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ARIS QUARTETT / DUDOK QUARTET / ESMÉ QUARTET

AN EVENING WITH STRING QUARTETS

Directory

    7.00 pm ARIS QUARTETT
    KURTÁG: Officium Breve ‎
    MENDELSSOHN: String Quartet No. 2 in A minor, op. 13 ‎

    8.00 pm DUDOK QUARTET
    P. VIGH: Bagatelles (selection) ‎
    BRAHMS: String Quartet No. 1, op. 51 ‎

    9.00 pm ESMÉ QUARTET
    LIGETI: String Quartet No. 1, Métamorphoses nocturnes ‎
    MENDELSSOHN: String Quartet No. 6 in F minor, op. 80‎

Performers

    ARIS QUARTETT
    Anna Katharina Wildermuth, Noémi Zipperling, violin
    Caspar Vinzens, viola ‎
    Lukas Sieber, cello

    DUDOK QUARTET
    Judith van Driel, violin
    Marleen Wester, violin
    Marie-Louise de Jong, viola ‎
    David Faber, cello

    ESMÉ QUARTET
    Wonhee Bae, violin
    Yuna Ha, violin
    Jiwon Kim, viola ‎
    Ye-eun Heo, cello

Program

The Festival Emergents Barcelona dedicates a day to the string quartet, an iconic chamber ‎music ensemble. This year we have a visit from the Aris Quartett, which was formed in 2009 ‎in Frankfurt and has won major international competitions such as the Joseph Joachim ‎Chamber Music Competition and the ARD International Music Competition. We will also hear ‎the Dudok Quartet Amsterdam, which has an intense concert schedule, performing on the ‎stages of Europe and the United States alongside artists such as Philippe Jaroussky and Kaija ‎Saariaho. The third ensemble is the Esmé Quartet, formed in 2016 by four young Korean ‎musicians who continue to collect awards in the most prestigious European competitions.‎
The three quartets will offer a repertoire based on German Romanticism: Felix ‎Mendelssohn’s String Quartet op. 13 and String Quartet op. 80, brilliant and lyrical works that ‎reveal his compositional mastery, and Johannes Brahms meditated String Quartet op. 51 No. ‎‎1. Each of these works will be contrasted with a piece from the 20th or 21st century: György ‎Kurtág’s Officium Breve, one of the most original works of the 20th century; ‎György Ligeti’s transcendental String Quartet no. 1 Métamorphoses Nocturnes; ‎and a selection of Bagatelles by the young Dutch composer Peter Vigh.‎

    • SHOW MADE
    • ‎12 March 2020‎
  • 12€
  • Hall 2 Oriol Martorell
  • Emergents Barcelona Music Festival

The Festival Emergents Barcelona dedicates a day to the string quartet, an iconic chamber ‎music ensemble.‎

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