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Il Quartetto di Venezia: Music from La Serenissima

Date:

02/21/19


Il Quartetto di Venezia: Music from La Serenissima

The Quartetto di Venezia is Quartet in Residence at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice. Bruno Giuranna said of them: "This is a group that stands out in the varied and vast European musical field. The perfect technical mastery and the power of their performances, characterized by the push towards an absolute value of themselves as true performers, place the Quartet of Venice at the top of their category and among the very few worthy of taking over the role of the great Quartets of the past". Daniel Cariaga (Los Angeles Times) described the Quartetto as being "more than charming; it is serious and substantial".

The Quartetto played in countless location and festivals around the world, including the National Gallery in Washington, the UN Headquarters in New York, the UNESCO headquarter in Paris, IUC and Accademia Filarmonica Romana in Rome, Serate Musicali – Società del Quartetto – Società dei Concerti di Milano, Kissinger Sommer, Ossiach/Villach, Klangbogen Vienna, Palau de la Musica Barcelona, Tivoli Copenhagen, Societè Philarmonique in Brussels, Konzerthaus Berlin, Gasteig Munich, Beethovenfest Bonn and Laeiszhalle Hamburg.

The Quartetto will perform an engaging concert featuring the music of Mozart and Boccherini in the beautiful surroundings of the National Gallery of Ireland’s Shaw room. The concert is part of a series of events organised by the National Gallery of Ireland around the exhibition Canaletto and the art of Venice (for info: www.nationalgallery.ie/art-and-artists/exhibitions/canaletto-and-art-venice)

Special thanks to Mediolanum International Funds LTD for their precious contribution.

Bookings closed. The remaining seats will be assigned before the start of the performance on a 'first come, first served' basis.

Information

Date: Thursday, February 21, 2019

Time: From 6:30 pm To 7:30 pm

Admission : Free

Bookings closed


Location:

National Gallery of Ireland

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