Thursday 3rd March 7.30 pm
Dudok Quartet of Amsterdam
The Dudok Quartet is gaining a reputation as one of the most creative and exciting young string quartets in Europe. With an ethos of “sharing the heart of music”, the quartet sets out to present unique and eclectic programmes which will engage and excite audiences in fresh, unexpected ways. Their repertoire can span 600 years from early Renaissance polyphony by Schutz and Palestrina to Miles Davis and John Coltrane. For their first visit to Cedars Hall, however, the Dudoks showcase mainstream chamber music: great quartets by Brahms and Shostakovich plus their own fizzing arrangement of Glinka’s Russlan & Ludmilla Overture.