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Instrument: String quartet

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PragueBelcea Quartet and Miroslav Sekera

Mozart, Szymanowski, Dvořák
Belcea Quartet; Miroslav Sekera

LondonBrodsky Quartet: Schubert Hour – String Quintet with Laura van der Heijden

Casals, Schubert
Brodsky Quartet; Laura van der Heijden

PragueAdvent Concert III

Traditional: Carols and Christmas songs
Jaroslav Krček; Czech Philharmonic Quartet; Olga Šroubková; Viktor Mazáček; Jiří Poslední

PraguePražák Quartet

Dvořák, Beethoven
Pražák Quartet

LondonBeethoven for Christmas: Cyrill Ibrahim with the De Kooning Ensemble

Beethoven, Chopin
Cyrill Ibrahim; De Kooning Ensemble

StockholmMarmen Quartet

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Haydn, Ligeti, Fisher, Brahms
Marmen Quartet

New York CityRenée Fleming & Uma Thurman in Previn's Penelope

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Previn: Penelope
Renée Fleming; Uma Thurman; Emerson String Quartet; Simone Dinnerstein
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Five star Franck from Bavouzet and the Quatuor Danel at Wigmore Hall

A truly committed performance of César Franck's Piano Quintet, a work that is played too rarely and is often misunderstood by performers and audience alike. 
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Kronos Quartet sets a course for the future with a night of new works

The program, drawn from Kronos’s 50 for the Future commissions, ranged from the exotic to the complex, with students joining in for a Philip Glass string orchestra finale. 

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Quintessential Quintets: the Pavel Haas Quartet at Wigmore Hall

An evening of Brahms quintets at Wigmore Hall, where the Pavel Haas Quartet are joined by Boris Giltburg and Pavel Nikl. 
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Quatuor Ébène sends its audience home on a round of good cheer

The leading French quartet Quatuor Ébène makes a mighty leap from a pre-revolutionary world in 1772 to the turbulence of 1923, only to return to sheltered calm in 1842: works by Haydn, Janáček and Schumann.


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Danish String Quartet presents sublime Schubert and Sørensen pairing

Crisp programming from Amsterdam's Muziekgebouw as a four year Doppelgänger project pairing late Schubert with contemporary works enjoys a strong start.
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The Davos Festival pays tribute to Britten and Bosmans

The wide-ranging programme, titled "Glitter and Be Gay!", highlights the work of two composers who were open about their sexual orientations at a time when few contemporaries came out.
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"Feeling Good": Davos Festival concert lives up to its name

An eclectic programme running from Purcell to Nina Simone kept with the Festival's tradition of presenting up-and-coming classical musicians.
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