Tinalley String Quartet
The Tinalley String Quartet continues its presentation of dynamic and evocative programs in its 2012 National Concert Series. The Series begins with an eclectic program of Haydn, Shostakovich, Bach and Beethoven's Razumovsky No. 2, a feast of language and colour. Acclaimed pianist Kristian Chong joins Tinalley in July for Brahms' epic Piano Quintet, together with Schumann's Quartet in a minor and Webern's romantic offering Langsamer satz. In November, Tinalley sets sail across the Pacific and explores the new world with Barber, Adams and Dvorak's beloved 'American' Quartet.
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Tinalley warms the heart and soul with music inspired by love, passion and intimacy. Webern's Langsamer Satz is a movement of high Romanticism, inspired by a lover's hike in the mountains. The work is the perfect pretext to Schumann's 2nd String Quartet, a work written shortly after his marriage and filled with musical inventiveness and intense poetic emotions. In stark contrast, Brahms love story is that of unrequited love. His Piano Quintet in f minor is a dark, tempestuous work of thundering climaxes, intimate utterings and symphonic scope which has made it beloved by all.
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