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Amandine Beyer & Kitgut Quartet

Amandine Beyer & Kitgut Quartet

Sparkling string quartets from Haydn and Schubert

Joseph Haydn is an unmissable figure in Amandine Beyer’s debut with her string quartet at AMUZ. The ‘father’ of the string quartet is all too often dismissed as overly classical and solid, but in fact his music is highly inventive, playful and even humorous. His lively string quartet in D major is a revelation, with several interesting and innovative themes. Haydn’s influence can also be felt in Schuberts seventh quartet. It is bathed in an atmosphere of carefree optimism, and Schubert’s typical lyricism resounds in each of the four parts. Let the Kitgut Quartet be your discovery of the season!

Amandine Beyer, Naaman Sluchin, violin | Josèphe Cottet, viola | Frédéric Baldassare, cello
F. Schubert: String Quartet no. 7 in D major, D 94 | J.G. Albrechtsberger: Fugue no. 4 in A minor for string quartet | J. Haydn: String Quartet in D major, opus 71 no.2, Hob III/70
SAT 12.10.19 | 21.00
20.15 Introduction by Lalina Goddard (Dutch spoken)

Cat. 1: € 24 / € 20
Cat. 2: € 20 / € 16

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