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Quatuor Bozzini

Location
Barber Concert Hall
Dates
Wednesday 13 March 2019 (19:30-21:30)

Barber evening concert

Hailing from Montreal, Quatuor Bozzini has been dubbed ‘one of the most daring string quartets of the entire world’. Their dedication to presenting new works and forging collaborative projects with composers ensures that they are in demand at festivals across the globe. In this concert, they give the premiere performance of John Woolrich’s Débricollage from his current project A Book of Inventions. We also hear the music of fellow Canadians with the premiere of Scott Wilson’s a mezza voice, and Linda Caitlin Smith’s 2007 Gondola, alongside two mainstay of the 20th century quartet repertory from Stravinsky and Bartók.

  • Stravinsky
    Three Pieces
  • Scott Wilson
    a mezze voce (world premiere)
  • Linda Caitlin Smith
    Gondola (String Quartet No. 4)
  • John Woolrich
    Débricollage (world premiere from A Book of Inventions)
  • Shostakovich
    Quartet No. 11 in F minor
    (Please note that this is a change in programme)

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