Three outstanding Berlin based ensembles bring their artistry to the Morgan stage, with select works from the renowned music collection:
Berlin Philharmonic Piano Quartet : The Berlin Philharmonic chamber music ensemble, founded in 1985, unites long-standing concertmaster Andreas Buschatz, violist Matthew Hunter, and cellist Knut Weber, with acclaimed pianist Markus Groh, on Tuesday, February 13.
Vogler Quartet : The Grammy-nominated, Berlin based Vogler Quartet (Ian Parker, piano) celebrated its thirtieth anniversary during the 2015-16 season and with all four its original members, continues to build upon its reputation as one of the finest quartets of its generation, on Thursday, March 1.
Armida Quartet: In their New York debut, the Armida Quartet performs a part of their “Mozart Exploded” series, offering a deeper understanding of Mozart by juxtaposing all twenty-six of Mozart’s string quartets alongside new works. The Armida re-envisions Mozart as a young, radical, and modern composer—an artist who creates musical fireworks. Readings of Mozart’s letters in between works will complement the performance, on Thursday, April 5.
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