Tuesday 2nd July 2024

Cardiff Classical Lunchtime Recitals: The Adelphi Quartet

1:00PM - 2:00PM
Eglwys Dewi Sant,

Founded in 2017 at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, The Adelphi Quartet consists of four European musicians from Belgium, Spain, UK and Germany.  Winners of the 2nd Prize and the Esterházy Foundation Prize at the 2022 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition, the Adelphi Quartet’s performance at Eglwys Dewi Sant Church forms part of the culmination of their most recent UK tour, ‘4 HORIZONS, 4 INSTRUMENTS, 16  STRINGS’ where they will be performing a programme of Haydn, Purcell and Britten.  (Photo Credit: Roland Unger). 

Maxime MICHALUK (Violin I / Belgium).  Esther AGUSTÍ MATABOSCH (Violin II / Spain) . Adam NEWMAN (Viola / United Kingdom). Nepomuk BRAUN (Violoncello / Germany)

HAYDN: String Quartet in C minor, op. 17 No. 4
PURCELL: Fantasias in 4 parts
BRITTEN:  String Quartet No.2 in C, Op.36 (1945)

This programme profiles many established and well renowned musicians along with supporting emerging artists from across Wales, the UK and Europe. These short 1hr recitals will take place in the city centre at Eglwys Dewi Sant Church, St Andrews Crescent on the first Tuesday of every month. They are accessible, relaxing, informal and a perfect introduction for anyone new to the classical music scene or for those who are passionate enthusiasts of classical music. Either way, you  can pop along and enjoy these during a lunchtime break, make an afternoon of it with friends or family, or simply come along yourself and enjoy! 

Tickets: £6.50 (on the door).

(Photo Credit: Roland Unger). 

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