A great favourite of Parisian audiences the Takács Quartet is back with three essential pieces of their repertoire. Ravel’s Quartet in F major, Bartok’s First Quartet and Dvorák’s Opus 51 display a magnificent variety of moods and tones. Since the ensemble’s formation in 1975 and in spite of the present participation of two British musicians, the Takács have retained the specificity of the Hungarian school of string instruments, a lush sound and a rigorous style. They are the epitome of string quartets and an absolute must.
RAVEL Quartet in F major BARTÓK Quartet n° 1, op. 7 DVORÁK Quartet in E flat major, “Slav”, op. 51