October 23, 2017
Weigang Li, violin / Yi-Wen Jiang, violin / Honggang Li, viola / Nicholas Tzavaras, cello
Few ensembles have the worldwide reputation of the Shanghai Quartet, known for its “utterly sublime” performances (New York Times). They regularly perform in major halls across the world, drawing large crowds of devoted fans. Their performances of repertoire ranging from the complete Beethoven quartets to contemporary Chinese works are marked by “an unwavering unanimity of expressive intent” (Washington Post).
Bridge — String Quartet No. 1 in E Minor
Zhou Long — Song of the Chi'in
Dvořák / String Quartet in E-flat Major, op. 51
Watch & Listen
Shanghai Quartet performs Beethoven
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