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LondonElias Quartet: Reed Stanzas

Elias Quartet: Reed Stanzas
Beethoven, Beamish
Elias String Quartet

LiverpoolElias String Quartet, Zoltan Fejervari piano

Elias String Quartet, Zoltan Fejervari piano
Haydn, Beamish, Schumann
Elias String Quartet; Zoltán Fejérvári

AmsterdamElias Quartet: Haydn, Beethoven and more

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Haydn, Beamish, Beethoven
Elias String Quartet

New York CityElias Quartet

Beamish, Mendelssohn, Beethoven
Elias String Quartet
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Audacious and captivating Schubert

Elias String Quartet © Benjamin Ealovega
Alice Neary and the Elias Quartet display the full emotional range in a captivating performance of Schubert's String Quintet to close the BBC Proms Chamber Music series at Cadogan Hall.
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Haydn, Mendelssohn, Britten... and passing seagulls

Elias String Quartet © Benjamin Ealovega
The classy Elias String Quartet brighten the morning with enjoyable Haydn and Mendelssohn, but Britten doesn't sit quite right. 
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Accomplished renditions of Haydn, Beethoven and Hindson from the Elias String Quartet in Sydney

Musica Viva claims to be the largest presenter of chamber music in the world, and in the last few years, they have brought world-renowned ensembles to Australia such as the Takács and Tokyo Quartets, as well as many exciting newer groups such as the Pacifica Quartet.
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The Elias String Quartet begin their Beethoven cycle at Turner Sims

Music fans love to get the whole picture. We consume box-sets, bootlegs, alternate takes, and artist interviews – all in the name of completeness. Some people say a good CD library should have at least three Eroicas and five Fifths to be complete, while music magazines might recommend more. Of course, live music venues have their own shot at completeness when they schedule a “cycle”.
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The Elias Quartet perform Haydn, Sibelius and Dvořák

In what would turn out to be a concert of two very distinct halves, the Elias Quartet impressed in the cosy confines of Wigmore Hall. After a full ‘daily grind’, arriving at this cocoon of a hall – where outside noise is absent, save for the occasional underground rumble – felt like a real treat.
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