Quartetto Noûs
  • Tuesday 25 October 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £20 - £6
Image Quartetto Noûs

Noûs (nùs) is an Ancient Greek word whose meaning is mind and rationality, but also inspiration and creativity. The Quartetto Noûs, composed of four young Italian musicians, was founded in 2011 at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland.

Their immersive performances are the result of professional training where Italian and European traditions are combined. Their programmes are driven by a desire for originality, experimenting with innovative concert formats like performing by heart in complete darkness. They have worked with several contemporary composers and have taken part in many cross-cutting projects with renowned theatre and dance companies.

For their Stoller Hall concert they will perform a programme featuring Puccini, Bazzini and Shostakovich.

Quartetto Noûs
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £20 - £6

Programme:
PUCCINI Crisantemi, Elegy for string quartet
BAZZINI String quartet in C minor No.5, Op.80
SHOSTAKOVICH String quartet in A flat major No.10, Op.118

Performers

Performers

Tiziano Baviera – violin
Alberto Franchin – violin
Sara Dambruoso – viola
Tommaso Tesini – cello

Noûs (nùs) is an Ancient Greek word whose meaning is mind and rationality, but also inspiration and creativity. The Quartetto Noûs, composed of four young Italian musicians, was founded in 2011 at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland.

Their immersive performances are the result of professional training where Italian and European traditions are combined. Their programmes are driven by a desire for originality, experimenting with innovative concert formats like performing by heart in complete darkness. They have worked with several contemporary composers and have taken part in many cross-cutting projects with renowned theatre and dance companies.

For their Stoller Hall concert they will perform a programme featuring Puccini, Bazzini and Shostakovich.

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