Melbourne’s own Flinders Quartet is instantly recognisable as one of Australia’s most loved chamber music ensembles giving dynamic performances of a full spectrum of repertoire with the Quartet’s gripping interpretations of the string quartet masterpieces described as having an ‘intense clarity’.
Mozart’s genius of his much-loved string quartet K.464 gives way to an arrangement of Mendelssohn Songs by Flinders Quartet emerging composer, John Rotar which in turn sets the scene for his energising V Vecernih, a short work that brought the house down at the Quartet’s inaugural composer workshop concert in 2016. Beethoven’s Op.135 never fails to astound audiences with its profundity and timeless relevance.
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Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Flinders Quartet
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
String Quartet No.18 in A, K.464
Felix Mendelssohn arr. John Rotar
Songs without Words
Ludwig van Beethoven
String Quartet No.16 in F, Op.135
This production is part of the following series:
Now in its seventh year, Melbourne Recital Centre’s Local Heroes series brings together Melbourne’s best artists in a year-long festival of chamber music.
Flinders Quartet is instantly recognisable as one as Australia’s most loved chamber music ensembles. A quartet for the twenty-first century, their dynamic and stirring performances of a full spectrum of repertoire have audiences and critics articulating their esteem.
Wednesday 28 February 2018 7pm
Duration: 1 hour 40 mins (incl. interval)
Standard $50 ($40 Concession)
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This concert is set in-the-round. Seating in the Salon is general admission.
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