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AmsterdamScherpdenkers: Roxane van Iperen and Calefax (Dutch spoken)

Veldhuis (JacobTV), Messiaen, Bosmans
Calefax Rietkwintet

Monte-CarloSurrealist Cinema of Europe and America

Printemps des Arts
Trio Énéide

BoltigenBACHiana – Humility & Models VIII

Menuhin Festival Gstaad
Bach, Ginastera, Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla
Anastasia Kobekina; Signum Saxophone Quartet; Blaž Kemperle; Hayrapet Arakelvan

BucharestSkride Quartet

Artexim - George Enescu International Competition and Festival
Dvořák, Enescu
Skride Quartet

AmsterdamNoord Nederlands Orkest / Syrène Saxophone Quartet

Keuris, Fadael, Andriessen
Noord Nederlands Orkest; Clark Rundell; Pieter van Loenen; Syrène Saxophone Quartet

AmsterdamAmstel Quartet / Keuris Quartet

Shalygin: Todos los fuegos el fuego
Amstel Quartet; Keuris Quartet

AmsterdamBelinfante Quartet / Animato Quartet

Mochizuki, Spruance, Benshoof, Kościów, Rehnqvist
Belinfante Quartet; Animato Quartet
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Aspects of love from the Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective

A wide-ranging programme from the shape-shifting ensemble at Wigmore Hall explores love in its many guises. 
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Skride Quartet excels at Tanglewood

A young piano quartet makes an impressive American debut and underlines the non-obvious in standard repertoire.
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Newly-minted Festival Academy Budapest

Playing repeatedly in my mind as I walked home on 24 July was the spine-chilling orchestral performance of the "Dance of the Knights" from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet in the Franz Liszt Academy’s superb Solti Hall.
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Imaginative programming from the Britten Oboe Quartet

The Britten Oboe Quartet gave highly engaging and communicative performances of an imaginative and intelligent programme, with cerebral serialism from Elisabeth Lutyens combined with early Elgar, Britten and sublime Mozart to finish.
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Kelemen Quartet brings Hungarian fire to Auckland

Auckland has not seen chamber music of this sheer magnetic excitement since, funnily enough, the Takács Quartet were here a couple of years ago. There must be something in the water in Hungary for that country to concurrently have two such magnificent string quartets.
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The Luscinia Quartet: Handel's Rome

A fresh and delightful performance of Handel and Bononcini duets with the Luscinia Quartet.
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Mark O'Connor and his quartet explore American vernacular string styles at Cleveland Museum of Art

In some circles Mark O’Connor is a legend in his own time. While still a teenager he won wide acclaim as one of the best bluegrass fiddlers of our age. Beyond many albums of bluegrass and folk music, he has also made critically and commercially successful crossover recordings with the likes of cellist Yo-Yo Ma and double bassist Edgar Meyer.
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