‘Quatuor Diotima’

24 Feb.'15
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This young French quartet is one of the finest chamber ensembles of its generation. Right from the start, it has been committed to contemporary music, as is shown by its name, taken from a work by Luigi Nono, Fragmente-Stille, an Diotima. But its repertoire is by no means confined to the music of today. As we can see in the programme for this concert, which spans almost 200 years of music: Beethoven's Fifteenth Quartet was composed between 1823 and 1825, while Engrams, by the Czech composer Miroslav Srnka (born in 1975) dates from 2011.
Quatuor Diotima
Leoš Janáček

String quartet No. 1, "Kreutzer-Sonate"

Miroslav Srnka

Engrams

Ludwig van Beethoven

String quartet no. 15, op. 132

Quatuor Diotima
Miroslav Srnka

Engrams

Ludwig van Beethoven

String quartet no. 15, op. 132

Quatuor Diotima
Leoš Janáček

String quartet No. 1, "Kreutzer-Sonate"

Miroslav Srnka

Engrams

Quatuor Diotima

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