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Performer: Chilingirian Quartet

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Haydn, Janáček, Puccini
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Le Quatuor pour la fin du temps au Shakespeare's Globe

Chilingirian Quartet © King's place - Wax media
Le Chilingirian Quartet a proposé au Shakespeare's Globe un programme marqué par l'expérience personnelle de la guerre et transfiguré par le Quatuor pour la fin du temps de Messiaen. 
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'Reflections on WWI’ at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

This candlelit evening at the atmospheric Sam Wanamaker Playhouse with the Chilingirian String Quartet and friends had more of a cosy Christmas feel than yet another World War I commemoration.
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Kings Place Festival 2012: Chilingirian Quartet play Haydn

For the first of two short concerts that the Chilingirian Quartet presented on the opening evening of the Kings Place Festival, they focused on two quartets by Joseph Haydn. Both were written in 1793 following a previous highly successful trip Haydn had made to England, and were intended to satisfy the demand of London audiences.The String Quartet in C, Op. 74 no.
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Kings Place Festival: The Chilingirian Quartet excel in Enescu and Haydn

The Chilingirian Quartet’s second concert at the Kings Place Festival followed barely twenty minutes after their preceding concert had concluded. Three factors were common between both events: the playing of two works without an interval, the presence of Joseph Haydn, and, most importantly, a uniformly high standard of musicianship.
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Chilingirian Quartet - true to form!

The renowned Chilingirian Quartet gave an electrifying performance of celebrated string quartets by Bartok, Haydn and Beethoven at London's Wigmore Hall.The concert began with an outstanding rendition of Bartok’s Fourth String Quartet (1928), which consists of five movements in a loose ‘arch’ form.
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