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AmsterdamLate Beethoven

Late Beethoven
Beethoven: String Quartet no. 15 in A minor, Op.132
Jerusalem Quartet

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Jerusalem Quartet
Haydn, Bartók, Brahms
Jerusalem Quartet; Gregor Sigl

AmsterdamMasterclass

Masterclass
Beethoven: String Quartet no. 15 in A minor, Op.132
Jerusalem Quartet

AmsterdamJerusalem Quartet: Shostakovich, Mozart and Schulhoff

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Mozart, Schulhoff, Shostakovich
Jerusalem Quartet

LondonBeethoven: The Revolutionary Chamber Concert I

Beethoven: The Revolutionary Chamber Concert I
Beethoven
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Weinberg upstages Schubert and Brahms

The Jerusalem Quartet © Felix Broede
The Jerusalem Quartet and Sir András Schiff make a great case for Weinberg at Wigmore Hall. 
***11
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Jerusalem Quartet warms hearts in Chicago

The Jerusalem Quartet offered a compelling rendition of works by Mozart, Bartók, and Schumann in the University of Chicago's Mandel Hall.
****1
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Jerusalem Quartet in Madrid

Jerusalem Quartet plays Beethoven, Toldrà and Smetana with the Stradivari of the Royal Palace of Madrid.
*****
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Sublime Schumann from the Jerusalem Quartet and Alexander Melnikov

Given reports that an earlier instalment of this Jerusalem Quartet tour had been disrupted by protesters, it's pleasing to be able to write that there were no such disturbances here. It's a good thing too, because nothing should overshadow the exquisite music-making of this Israeli quartet, joined here by Russian pianist Alexander Melnikov. Melnikov and the quartet blended very well.
****1
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Jerusalem String Quartet in Princeton

On Thursday 15 March, the Jerusalem String Quartet strode onto the stage of Richardson Auditorium all wearing the same smart suits. The four young players played a pleasant program of early string quartets by Beethoven, Debussy, and Brahms.
***11
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