Precise Virtuosity

(…) The concert on Tuesday night began with a quartet of Haydn.
As is appropriate, since he is the father of the string quartet.
His G-minor Quartet Op. 74 is full of surprises, humor and intelligence.
Laurens Weinhold and
Giulia Brinkmeier on violin, Anna Firsanova on viola and Lea Emilie
Broendal on cello began playing the first movement
in a way that created a strong impression of what was to
come. The second movement
sounded beautifully (…) In the last movement, We were impressed by
precise virtuosity and crisp, impactful accents.
Arnfinn BØ-RYGG,
Stavanger Aftenbladet, (08.09.2015)

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