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Performer: Krzysztof Chorzelski

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LondonBelcea Quartet, Bertrand Chamayou

Wigmore Hall
Shostakovich, Franck
Belcea Quartet; Bertrand Chamayou; Corina Belcea; Axel Schacher

ViennaBelcea Quartet / Chamayou

Prokofiev, Beethoven, Franck
Belcea Quartet; Corina Belcea; Axel Schacher; Krzysztof Chorzelski

ParisBertrand Chamayou / Quatuor Belcea

Prokofiev, Franck
Bertrand Chamayou; Belcea Quartet; Corina Belcea; Axel Schacher
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A hansel at Snape Maltings

Julius Drake, Krzysztof Chorzelski and Mark Padmore contributed their notable gifts of piano, viola and voice respectively in a very special, often heartfelt fundraising evening for two music education charities. 
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From Heaven's joys to arena's sands

Bryan Hymel and Irene Roberts explored the boundaries of love in the latest splendid performance in the Rosenblatt Recitals.
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A concert with a cause

A show of “all our favourite people”. Violinist Matthew Trusler's description of the charity concert organised by himself and his wife Maya Koch refers to his and Koch’s favourite people; however he could very well have meant his audience’s or even the concert-going public.

Schumann Evening with Natalie Clein and Friends

The cellist Natalie Clein was at the centre of this concert of Schumann’s chamber music, given as a part of the Schumann bicentenary celebrations at Kings Place. The programme explored works from different periods of Schumann’s creative life: two works for cello and piano from 1849, the turbulent Piano Trio No. 3 in G minor from 1851, and the joyous Piano Quartet in E flat major from 1842.

Schubert fou, Chostakovitch résigné : le Quatuor Belcea au TCE

Au Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, le Quatuor Belcea réaffirme sa maestria dans un Schubert exalté et nerveux, et dans un Chostakovitch lisse mais hypnotisant.
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Lire Schubert et revivre : le triomphe des « Ebelcea » à la Biennale

Deux cas de Covid-19 ont obligé les Quatuors Belcea et Ébène à revoir leur programme quelques heures avant leur entrée en scène, ce qui n'a en rien gâté un concert légendaire.
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