Known for taking audiences on an “extraordinary musical journey” (Washington Post), the inestimable Takács Quartet pairs Arvo Pärt’s mesmerizing Summa with Beethoven’s luminous Op. 132 Quartet in A minor. An established audience favorite, the storied quartet makes its first Great Performers appearance with “ravishing” (Times, UK) new violist Richard O’Neill.

The Program

“[An] extraordinary musical journey”
– Washington Post
“When critics praise a first-rank string quartet, convention demands they claim that the whole adds up to more than the sum of its parts. True enough, maybe, but with the Takács Quartet, each separate element really does blaze with a soloistic, virtuosic flame.”
– Arts Desk

Venue

1941 Broadway

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Takács Quartet

Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 7:30 pm Alice Tully Hall

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Takács Quartet

Edward Dusinberre, violin

Harumi Rhodes, violin

Richard O’Neill, viola

András Fejér, cello

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