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Performer: Wihan Quartet

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PragueClemens Hagen and Wihan Quartet

Czech Philharmonic
Dvořák, Schubert
Wihan Quartet; Clemens Hagen
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Czech fare from the Wihan Quartet at Bradfield Festival

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The Wihan Quartet reinforce their reputation as top interpreters of Dvořák at the Bradfield Festival.
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The Wihan Quartet play Dvořák, Ravel and Mozart at Turner Sims

The Wihan Quartet was formed in 1985 in Czechoslovakia. Since then they have developed an impressive international career, often visiting the UK and being broadcast on its airwaves. Among their achievements is a published recording of Dvořák’s String Quartet no. 11, and it was this recording, not their continued and celebrated presence in the UK, that first brought them to my attention.
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Perfection is constantly in Mind

This was one of two concerts to celebrate the Wihan Quartet's 25th anniversary. Both were at London’s Wigmore Hall which has become the ideal venue for young and established groups on the International scene playing chamber music for all sorts of combinations.

Wihan Quartet play Czech music

For the first of their pair of 25th Anniversary concerts at the Wigmore Hall, the Wihan Quartet chose a programme of three quartets from their native Czech, from Martinů, Dvořák and Smetana. You might have expected four musicians from Czech to have an affinity for this work, and you would not have been disappointed.