March 26, 2018
Mark Steinberg, violin / Serena Canin, violin / Misha Amory, viola / Nina Lee, cello
The Brentano Quartet is everywhere in demand for its “spellbinding” performances (London Independent). The foursome’s “luxuriously warm sound and yearning lyricism” (New York Times) captivates audiences around the world. Here they present classics by Haydn and Brahms, as well as the New York premiere of a major work by Stephen Hartke, The Fifth Book, based on the cycle of the seasons and inspired by Renaissance madrigals. Their performance promises to be “rapturous” (New York Times).
Haydn — String Quartet in B Minor, op. 64, no. 2 ("Tost")
Stephen Hartke — The Fifth Book (New York Premiere)
Brahms — String Quartet in C Minor, op. 51, no.1
Watch & Listen
Brentano Quartet performs Haydn
General admission reservations for this event are gone, but most of our seats are for walk ups! Doors open at 6:45PM - Please arrive early.
Most of our 300 seats are for those who just show up - but as a courtesy to our friends who work late, we've set aside 100 advance reservations for general admission. All other seats are 'first come, first served' and are available as early as 6:45 pm, when the doors open. Note that reservations are good for entrance only, not for specific seats. Reservations are void after 7:20pm.
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