Performances from the Ast, Elmire and Novo Quartets are being streamed live today from Geneva
On Wednesday 25 October, the Ast, Elmire and Novo Quartets will present their first semi-final recitals, following performances from the Hana and Eos Quartets yesterday.
Session 4 - 15:00
- B. Bartók: String Quartet n°3 in C-sharp minor, Sz. 85
- L. v. Beethoven: String Quartet n°9 in C Major, Op. 59/3
- F. Mendelssohn: String Quartet n°6 in F minor, Op. 80
Session 5 - 17:00
- B. Bartók: String Quartet n°2 in A minor, Op. 17, Sz. 67
- A. Webern: Sechs Bagatellen, Op. 9
- F. Mendelssohn: String Quartet n°4 in E minor, Op. 44 no.2
Session 6 - 19:00
- B. Bartók: String Quartet n°4 in C Major, Sz. 91
- J. Haydn: String Quartet Op. 20, no.2 in C Major, Hob.III.32, ’Sun’
- J. Brahms: String Quartet n°2 in A minor, Op. 51
Missed yesterday’s semi-final recitals? Find them here.
The ensembles will present the second of two recitals on the 26 and 27 October.
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