Quatuor Ébène (photo: Julien Mignot)

Chamber Music

Quatuor Ébène with Haydn, Janáček and Schumann

Some music critics consider Quatuor Ébène to be the best string quartet in the world because of its rich palette of tonal nuances, ranging from the warmest, most intimate moment to the most aggressive, hardest attack. What is the ensemble’s recipe for success? “We have many disputes,” says violinist Gabriel Le Magadure in an interview with the Süddeutsche Zeitung. “But above all, there is the love of creating something together”. In its performance in the Chamber Music Hall, Quatuor Ébène takes its audience from the First Viennese School to Romanticism to Modernism, with works by Haydn, Schumann and Janáček.

Quatuor Ébène:

Pierre Colombet violin

Gabriel Le Magadure violin

Marie Chilemme viola

Raphaël Merlin cello

Joseph Haydn

String Quartet in D major, op. 20 No. 4 Hob. III:34

Leoš Janáček

String Quartet No. 1 “Kreutzer Sonata”

Robert Schumann

String Quartet No. 2 in F major, op. 41 No. 2

Dates and Tickets

Wed, 01 Dec 2021, 20:00

Chamber Music Hall

Serie T

Quatuor Ébène (photo: Julien Mignot)

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