Many audience members will still recall the Enescu Octet as one of the highlights of our 2002 festival, performed by the combined forces of the Chilingirian and Belcea quartets. The second quartet performed this evening reflects national folk music of the composer's native Romania, and is widely regarded as one of the crowning glories of his chamber music output. Framed by the Classical authors of chamber music, which also influenced Enescu as performer, this performance shouldn't be missed.
8:00pm Monday, July 30 2012
£21, £10 (£10 limited restricted view standby seats available on the day) Zoned Seating
Haydn Quartet in D major, Op.76 No.5 20'Enescu Quartet No.2 in G major, Op.22 No.2 28'Mozart Quintet in C major for 2 violins, 2 violas & cello K515 34'