Dudok Quartet
  • Monday 30 October 2023, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • Standard £27. U18/Unwaged £11. Students £5
Book tickets
Image The Dudok string quartet playing their instruments ((violin, violin, viola and cello)

Part of the Manchester Chamber Concerts Society 23/24 season.

About The Dudok Quartet

The Dudok Quartet Amsterdam is forging a reputation as one of the most creative and versatile quartets of its generation. With its ethos of “sharing the heart of music”, the Quartet believes that chamber music is an act of friendship to be shared directly with audiences and is committed to crafting unique and eclectic programmes that engage listeners in new and imaginative ways.

In repertoire ranging from Ligeti, Shostakovich and Bacewicz through to Mendelssohn, Mozart and Beethoven, the Dudok Quartet constantly strives to forge new pathways and connections in music. Their intelligent approach and flair for programming also sees them regularly perform their own arrangements of pieces and they have so far produced arrangements of composers including Gesualdo, Desprez, Shostakovich, Brahms and Messiaen. The Quartet is also committed to commissioning new works and have collaborated with composers including Joey Roukens, Peter Vigh and Theo Loevendie. Future commissioning projects include a new piece from British-Lebanese composer Bushra El-Turk.

 

Image Credit: Green Room Creatives, Yuri Andries

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

 

 

Dudok Quartet
  • Monday 30 October 2023, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • Standard £27. U18/Unwaged £11. Students £5
Book tickets

Programme

Programme

MOZART String Quartet No. 23 in F Major, K. 590
SHOSTAKOVICH String Quartet No. 3 in F Major, Op. 73
TCHAIKOVSKY String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 11

Part of the Manchester Chamber Concerts Society 23/24 season.

About The Dudok Quartet

The Dudok Quartet Amsterdam is forging a reputation as one of the most creative and versatile quartets of its generation. With its ethos of “sharing the heart of music”, the Quartet believes that chamber music is an act of friendship to be shared directly with audiences and is committed to crafting unique and eclectic programmes that engage listeners in new and imaginative ways.

In repertoire ranging from Ligeti, Shostakovich and Bacewicz through to Mendelssohn, Mozart and Beethoven, the Dudok Quartet constantly strives to forge new pathways and connections in music. Their intelligent approach and flair for programming also sees them regularly perform their own arrangements of pieces and they have so far produced arrangements of composers including Gesualdo, Desprez, Shostakovich, Brahms and Messiaen. The Quartet is also committed to commissioning new works and have collaborated with composers including Joey Roukens, Peter Vigh and Theo Loevendie. Future commissioning projects include a new piece from British-Lebanese composer Bushra El-Turk.

 

Image Credit: Green Room Creatives, Yuri Andries

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

 

 

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