Jerusalem Quartet

Beethoven: The Revolutionary – Chamber Concert I

Wednesday 24 June 2020, 13:00

Past Event
Beethoven: The Revolutionary – Chamber Concert I Past Event

Programme

Beethoven String Quartet in C major, Op. 59, No. 3
Beethoven String Quartet in F major, Op. 135

Performers

Jerusalem Quartet:
Alexander Pavlovsky violin
Sergei Bresler violin
Ori Kam viola
Kyril Zlotnikov cello

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The renowned Jerusalem Quartet, hailed for its ‘personality, integrity and lustrous tone’ (The Washington Post), features in the first chamber concert of the Festival, performing two of Beethoven’s illustrious quartets for strings.

The last major work Beethoven completed, the Quartet for Strings in F major, contemplates the legacy of his own chamber music. From the opening Allegretto, Beethoven acknowledges the classical influences of Mozart and Haydn in the unravelling counterpoint and, in the Lento, produces a contemplative and hymn-like movement that expresses a quiet and tender beauty, moving the listener.

Duration: approx. 1 hour

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