Session Report: the Miró Quartet on recording new album ‘Home’


Their latest recording gathers new music and 20th-century works by US composers, but the Miró Quartet musicians are always mindful of melodic accessibility. Harry White hears from cellist Joshua Gindele about the group’s commissioning process and recording the album

The musicians of the Miró Quartet know what they like and aren’t ashamed to say. ‘We champion modern voices; and the notion of melody, of a work being tuneful, is so important to us,’ says cellist Joshua Gindele…

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