Two of the world’s great string quartets, separated by little more than a narrow channel and connected by tunnel and train. Brodsky plays the quintessentially British card, Elgar, and Quatuor Voce retorts with the magisterial Piano Quintet written in Paris by a Belgian with a German name: César Franck..
Edward Elgar (1857-1934), Chanson de Matin/La capricieuse/Chanson de Nuit
Edward Elgar (1857-1934), String Quartet op 83 in E Minor
César Franck (1822-1890), Piano Quintet in F Minor
ADULT $72, CONCESSION/MEMBER $62, UNDER-30 $30
This concert is generously supported by Marjorie Lindenmayer.