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Work: Streichquartett Nr. 7 in fis-Moll, Op.108

KomponistSchostakowitsch, Dmitrij (1906-1975)
Periode20. Jahrhundert

Bern5. Matineekonzert: Grosse Fuge

Schostakowitsch, Beethoven
Colla Parte Quartet; Georg Jacobi; Susanna Holliger; Friedemann Jähnig

TorontoSchumann Quartett

Schumann Quartett
Haydn, Schostakowitsch, Schumann
Schumann Quartett

WienPavel Haas Quartett

Schubert, Schostakowitsch, Dvořák
Pavel Haas Quartett

WienSchostakowitsch, Beethoven

Schostakowitsch, Beethoven
Julian Rachlin; Vilde Frang; Sarah McElravy; Nicolas Altstaedt

SouthamptonTeatime With The Elias Quartet

Ravel, Schostakowitsch, Smetana
Sara Bitlloch; Donald Grant; Martin Saving; Marie Bitlloch
Neue Kritikenmehr...

Quartett in Reinkultur

Quatuor Sine Nomine © Pierre-Antoine Grisoni | Strates
Die Interpretationen des Quatuor Sine Nomine waren in sich musikalisch geschlossen, überzeugend, dabei nie mit kalter Perfektion präsentiert oder auf Hochglanz getrimmt: ein begeisternder Quartett-Abend!

Sure-footed Shostakovich and Beethoven

Borodin Quartet © Andy Staples
The eminent Borodin Quartet brought a programme of Shostakovich and Beethoven with them to the Wigmore Hall – two composers they are very closely associated with. 

A candle for Shostakovich: the Carducci Quartet’s marathon

The Carducci Quartet © Tom Barnes
Performed chronologically in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, The Globe’s candlelit Jacobean theatre, the 15 Shostakovich string quartets made an astonishing impression in such concentrated form. 

Eccentric, apt: The Nash Ensemble at the City of London Festival

Nash Ensemble string quartet  ©  Hanya Chlala/ArenaPAL
As part of the City of London Festival 2013, the Nash Ensemble delivered a varied mixture of works loosely connected by the ubiquitous Britten theme. This hotchpotch-style approach has worked very well indeed for the Nash for nearly 50 years, and tonight’s concert was no exception.

The Pacifica Quartet's Second Installment in a Shostakovich Cycle

Pacifica Quartet  ©  Anthony Parmelee
The highly talented Pacifica Quartet offered the second installment of their complete Shostakovich string quartet cycle tonight in Montréal’s Église St. George as part of the Montréal Chamber Music Festival. An immensely versatile ensemble, the Pacifica Quartet was formed in 1994, quickly winning a number of chamber music competitions around the world.