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Philharmonia Quartett Berlin

Weill Recital Hall

“the highest standards of technical accomplishment and artistic single-mindedness”—Los Angeles Times

Philharmonia Quartett Berlin
·· Daniel Stabrawa, Violin
·· Christian Stadelmann, Violin
·· Neithard Resa, Viola
·· Jan Diesselhorst, Cello
MENDELSSOHN   String Quartet No. 2 in A Minor, Op. 13, "Ist es wahr?"
WEBERN   Five Pieces, Op. 5
GYÖRGY KURTÁG   Hommage à Mihály András, Op. 13
SCHUMANN   String Quartet in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3

SCHUBERT   Ballet: Allegro Moderato from Rosamunde

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With over 20 years of international performances and the recording of a large and diverse repertoire, the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin has celebrated a critically acclaimed career, establishing itself among the finest string quartets playing on the world stage today.

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Mendelssohn and Schumann, close friends and near contemporaries, brought a fresh sensibility to bear on the chamber music idiom they had inherited from Beethoven.

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