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Wihan Quartet

Mozart String Quartet in G K.387
Mendelssohn String Quartet in F minor Op.80
Schubert String Quartet in D minor D. 810 ‘Death and the Maiden’

LCMS International Quartet Series – Concert 4 (Czech Republic)

Leoš Čepický (violin)
Jan Schulmeister (violin)
Jiří Žigmund (viola)
Aleš Kaspřík (cello)

The celebrated Czech quartet perform the first of the six quartets Mozart dedicated to his friend and master of the medium, Joseph Haydn, published in Vienna in 1785; Mendelssohn’s passionate final quartet, written in the last year of his life; and Schubert’s late great masterpiece, his ‘Death & the Maiden’ quartet, composed in the mid 1820s.

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Clock6.30pm Sunday, 12th January 2014

Sattler String Quartet: Pre-concert Foyer performance - Sunday 12th January, 5.45pm

Ioana Forna violin
Clara Danchin violin
Francis Gallagher viola
Florian Sattler cello

The Sattler String Quartet was formed at the Royal College of Music in January 2011 and they have played in masterclasses with members of the Sacconi, Chilingirian, London Haydn, Navarra and Kuss Quartets.

They have also participated in the Beethoven String Quartet competitions at the RCM in February 2012 and 2013, and for both were highly commended. Their performances have included St Dunstan’s-in-the-West Church and Cadogan Hall. They are also closely tied to St. John’s Church in Hampstead, London where they give regular concerts.

The Sattler Quartet have chosen to perform the Haydn Quartet, Op.76 No. 2 to complement the Mozart quartet in the Wihan Quartet’s performance. The Webern stands in contrast to the classical/romantic programme for the evening.

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