Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Faust Quartet with a different view of Schubert and a perplexing study of mythological horses

Yet another European ensemble (the other was the Dalecarlia Quartet in July) with a New Zealand member – Simone Roggen, the first violinist.  This group, too, had a change of membership from that originally advertised.  There were several striking things about this ensemble; their handsome appearance on stage, their intense concentration and the performers’ remarkable techniques among them. Another striking thing was the extremely pianissimo entry to the first item... read more

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