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Eusebius Quartet

Tetbury, Gloucester

8 December 2018

Time: 7:30 pm - 9:45 pm




Finalists of the 2018 Royal Overseas League Competition, The Eusebius Quartet is fast gaining a reputation for imaginative and communicative performances. The quartet regularly performs throughout the UK and abroad – including Kings Place, Conway Hall, St James’ Piccadilly and School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe – as well as frequently playing on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune. Formed in 2015, the Eusebius Quartet has been Quartet in Residence at the Lewes Chamber Music Festival, Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival and at FitzFest, Fitzrovia’s newest music festival.  Upcoming engagements for this season include performances at Kings Place London, in Lucera, Italy and a residency at the Britten-Pears Young Artists Programme at Snape Maltings in the Spring. The quartet enjoys exploring unusual repertoire and they have collaborated with pianist Alasdair Beatson in three performances of Gabriel Pierné’s Piano Quintet. They have also performed with clarinetists Matt Hunt and Michael Collins; bassoonist Amy Harman; oboist Daniel Bates; and cellist Marie Bittloch of the Elias Quartet.  The quartet is committed to experimenting with different styles of playing, studying early Haydn editions as well as string quartet recordings made in the 1920s and 30s.  They have recorded Korngold String Quartet No.2 Op.26, which will be released on LP later this year.

The Eusebius Quartet takes its name from one of the two fictional characters invented by Robert Schumann for his musical journal writings. These characters became symbolic of Schumann’s opposing moods: the fiery and impassioned Florestan contrasted the more introverted and dreamy Eusebius.


Joseph Haydn – String Quartet Op.64 No.3

Robert Schumann – String Quartet Op.41 No.2 in F major

Erich Wolfgang Korngold – String Quartet No.2 Op.26


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