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In collaboration with the National String Quartet Foundation
The Vanbrugh – Keith Pascoe, Simon Aspell and Christopher Marwood – welcome David McElroy and Ed Creedon for performances of two of the great string quintets: Mozart’s dark and melancholic G minor quintet from 1787, and Dvorak’s sunny, mellifluous ‘American’ Quintet, written in 1891.
As curtain – raiser in three of the concerts, the Foundation presents a remarkable young group from CIT Cork School of Music, the Danu Quartet. They will play Shostakovich’s first string quartet, music of great charm and brilliance, its superb quartet writing a sure portent of the fourteen extraordinary quartets that followed it.
All works performed by The Vanbrugh
|Shostakovich||String Quartet No.1|
|Mozart||String Quintet in G minor K516|
|Dvorak||String Quintet in E flat major Op.97 ‘American’|
St. Brendan’s Church
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