Haydn - String quartet op. 33 no. 3
Bartók - String quartet no. 2
Mendelssohn - String quartet op. 13
Fri 15 Nov ’1920:15 uursmall hall
Price does not include € 2 service costs per ticket
Now, they will be taking on Bartók's Second. One of the most accessible works by the great master. Consider the lively Haydn - a compatriot of the Takács just like Bartók - as a brilliant preparation to this piece; after all, Haydn was the ‘inventor’ of the string quartet as we know it. A young Mendelssohn, only eighteen years old, then adds his own romantic twist in his opus 13. One of Mendelssohn’s most passionate works.
To keep waiting times down to an absolute minimum, this concert will make use of the ‘wallet-less intermission’ concept. Visitors are asked to pay for their intermission drink in advance when ordering their tickets: the perfect solution for enjoying your company and your drink as long as possible!