Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's
All-Star Piano Quartets
Wu Han, piano
Daniel Hope, violin
Paul Neubauer, viola
David Finckel, cello
MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019
Venue Matthews Theatre
Run Time 1 hour, 50 minutes
McCarter welcomes the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center—previously seen here performing Six Bach Brandenberg Concertos—for an evening of chamber music. Four stars are all aligned in this quartet, including Chamber Music Society’s co-artistic directors Wu Han and David Finckel; violist Paul Neubauer; and acclaimed the violinist Daniel Hope, a soloist in his own right who doubles as music director of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra. Their program includes two of the all-time classic piano quartets, those of Brahms (No.3 in c, Op.60) and Dvořák (in E-flat, Op. 87), plus a rarity: the Quartet in A by the Czech Romantic composer Josef Suk.
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