The brilliant Belcea Quartet interprets two chamber works by Franz Schubert at the third Promenade of the season. After the rejection of his eleven youth quartets by publishers, the...
The brilliant Belcea Quartet interprets two chamber music works by Franz Schubert at the third Promenade of the season. After the rejection of his eleven youth quartets by publishers, Schubert tried to distance himself from his "'pupil's work'" with his 'Quartettsatz'. However, the Austrian composer did not achieve success until 1824 with the string quartet 'Der Tod und das Mädchen bemessen'.
Before and after the concert, there will be the opportunity to enjoy coffee and croissants at Les Gareçons or to have a hearty brunch at the Bar du Nord.
Free childcare during the concert.
Belcea Quartet: Corina Belcea (violin), Axel Schacher (violin), Antoine Lederlin (cello), Krzysztof Chorzelski (viola).
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