Our privacy policy was last updated on Friday 31 January 2020View it hereDismiss
Sign in
Bachtrack logo
Home
What's on
Reviews
Articles
Video
Site
EventsReviewsArticles

Instrument: String ensemble

Find classical music concert, opera, ballet and dance listings
Upcoming eventsSee more...

RichmondCompetition: Junior Finals

© Olivier Miche
Bates, Vivaldi
Junior finalists of the Menuhin Competition; Sphinx Virtuosi

LondonUnited Strings of Europe & Simon Callaghan

United Strings of Europe & Simon Callaghan
Beethoven, Kent Rodgman
Julian Azkoul; United Strings of Europe; Simon Callaghan

LondonOculi Ensemble

© Matt Johnson
Mozart, Webern, Brahms
Oculi Ensemble; Charlotte Scott; Emma Parker; Jon Thorne

CorkMain Evening Concert

Vasks, Lang
Festival Strings; Eloisa-Fleur Thom; Vadim Gluzman; Damask Vokal Quartet

AmsterdamFuse: a classical adventure

Fuse: a classical adventure
Fuse

DubrovnikMontenegrin Strings Ensemble

Montenegrin Strings Ensemble
Beethoven, Piazzolla
Montenegrin Strings Ensemble; Mira Šćepanović

AmsterdamScherpdenkers: Esther van Fenema and Fuse (in Dutch)

Esther van Fenema; Fuse
Latest reviewsSee more...

In Memoriam: Strauss and Brahms from the Soloists of the Oxford Philharmonic

Richard Strauss
Impeccable musicianship from the string soloists of the Oxford Philhamonic in stirring accounts of Brahms' String Sextet in G major and Strauss' Metamorphosen.
****1
Read more

A feast for peripatetic music lovers in Istanbul

And Karabacak and the Semplice Quartet © Ersun Durmus
An arcane Armenian orthodox chapel, two glittering Greek Orthodox churches, a waterfront palazzo and a sumptuous Austrian villa were fascinating venues for a delightful day of mini-concerts at the Istanbul Festival.
****1
Read more

A discovery of music from the Baltic

McFall's Chamber was full of surprises exploring 20th century music from the Baltic. The Finns' love affair with the Tango contrasted with passionate brooding Baltic landscapes – and there was a saw.
****1
Read more

Thursday night is school night at Tête à Tête

Two academically-motivated pieces make for a interesting, if not overly dramatic evening at Tête-à-Tête, including a project which seeks to re-orientalise Puccini's Turandot
**111
Read more

Celebrating with the Turnovsky Jubilee Ensemble in Auckland

A charming, if uneven, concert from Turnovsky Jubilee Ensemble in Auckland. 
***11
Read more

Scottish Ensemble: A bracing Seavaigers in Glasgow

Scottish Ensemble, Catriona McKay and Chris Stout in a programme mixing the classical and the Celtic; the composed and the improvised; the individually crafted and the collaboratively collaged.
****1
Read more

Love and War in Bohemia with the Scottish Ensemble and Sophie Harmsen.

Love and War in Bohemia, with rising star mezzo Sophie Harmsen, an engaging evening of light and darkness, and a study of composer pupils with famous masters.
****1
Read more