Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Penny Quartet
Heightened drama and technical proficiency.
About the artists
Penny Quartet have gained a reputation as an ambitious and multifaceted voice in Australian chamber music. Driven by a love of core repertoire alongside new and different works, they have become renowned for high energy performances paired with a creative, diverse and mindful approach to programming.
About the concert
Beethoven’s mammoth String Quartet No.7 contains some of his most sublime themes. It is a piece that has the ability to surprise and delight, subverting expectations with heightened drama and technical difficulty.
Finishing with a string quartet by legendary Dutch composer Louis Andriessen. The piece is based on Allegri’s 17th-century choral masterpiece Miserere and explores form and structure from every angle. Together these quartets are a perfect pair, enchanting and astonishing the listener.
Praise for Penny Quartet
‘The future of chamber music.’ Classic Melbourne
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Amy Brookman violin
Madeleine Jevons violin
Anthony Chataway viola
Jack Ward cello
Ludwig van Beethoven
String Quartet No.7 in F, Op.59 No.1 ‘Razumovsky’
This production is part of the following series:
Monday 10 October 2022 6pm
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
Standard $37 ($30 Concession)
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