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Work: Cuarteto de cuerda núm. 3 en fa mayor, Op.73

CompositorShostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975)
PeriodoSiglo XX
Tipo de obraChamber
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ÁmsterdamRising stars: Goldmund Kwartet

© Nikolaj Lund
Haydn, Mendelssohn, Tabakova, Shostakovich
Goldmund Quartett, Cuarteto

EstocolmoRising Stars with String Quartet

Rising Stars with String Quartet
Haydn, Mendelssohn, Tabakova, Shostakovich
Goldmund Quartett, Cuarteto

Nueva YorkBorodin Quartet: Shostakovich Cycle, Part I

Borodin Quartet
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A quartet made for Shostakovich

Pacifica Quartet © Saverio Truglia
The American Pacifica Quartet was convincingly introduced to Aussie Nigel Westlake's Second Quartet for their Down Under tour; but revealed its essence in the theatre of Shostakovich.

Belcea Quartet excels in Britten and Shostakovich

The Belcea Quartet and Jörg Widmann © Sam Murray-Sutton
Britten and Shostakovich were great friends, so it was appropriate that both composers were represented in the Belcea Quartet's two recitals on the opening weekend of the 70th Aldeburgh Festival. 

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. 

The Gould Quartet's haunting Shostakovich at the Roman River Festival, Colchester

Few concert settings are as beautiful as St Martin’s Church in Colchester. A deconsecrated 15th-century church, it served as the venue for a concert of Shostakovich’s Third and Fifteenth String Quartets, played by the Gould Quartet (named after their first violinist Thomas Gould), part of the Roman River Festival. For a town with not many classical concerts, this was quite a treat.

Gripping Shostakovich and Beethoven from the Belcea Quartet

The epic Birmingham Beethoven Cycle is a remarkable collaboration, in the 2012/13 season, between the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (who are performing all the symphonies), Town Hall Symphony Hall and a variety of outstanding artists including Leif Ove Andsnes, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Steven Osborne.