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Beethoven
Artemis Quartet

BarcelonaBarcelona String Quartet Biennale: Casals & Artemis Quartets

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Shostakovich, Vasks, Beethoven
Cuarteto Casals; Artemis Quartet

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Shostakovich, Dvořák
Artemis Quartet
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Taking Beethoven as their touchstone: the Artemis Quartet

Artemis Quartet © Nikolaj Lund
In an expertly considered programme, the Berlin-based ensemble brought together classical revolutionaries with modern homage to shine fascinating light on the form.
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Good hunting and friendly conversation

The Artemis Quartet © Nikolaj Lund
A well-balanced programme drew a large crowd to Wigmore Hall for a diet of high fibre Beethoven, crunchy Bartók and, joined by young Russian pianist Anna Vinnitskaya, Schumann’s delicious Piano Quintet.
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Mendelssohn, Bach, Piazzolla and Brahms with the Artemis Quartet at mozart@augsburg

The Mozartkirche, a grand Catholic church in Biberbach, provided a somewhat reverential setting for the sixth concert in the mozart@augsburg series. It was also a distinct contrast to the elaborate Small Golden Hall in which the previous evening’s concert, “Chamber Music Pearls”, was held.
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Dallas Chamber Music presents the Artemis Quartet: Mendelssohn, Ginastera, and Schubert

Caught completely unawares – hearing a group I wasn’t familiar with, and on a Monday evening at that – I ended up seeing the Artemis Quartet give the best performance of any kind that I’ve experienced in quite a while.
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All Beethoven Programme by the Artemis Quartet

In their sold-out all Beethoven concert at the Wigmore Hall, the two violinists of the Artemis Quartet switched places during the interval. Gregor Sigl played first violin in the op.18-4 and op. 135 quartets, and after the interval Natalia Prishepenko led in the popular Razumovsky No. 1 quartet.