Chamber music by Schubert, Zemlinsky and Wolf

While working on Der König Kandaules, Alexander Zemlinsky received news of the death of his close friend and colleague, Alban Berg. He promptly composed an ‘in memoriam’ – the String Quartet No. 4 – which was first performed in Vienna in 1936 in a private setting. This intriguing work will be bracketed by two shorter works for four strings created in Vienna: Quartettsatz, D 703 by Franz Schubert and the exquisite Italienische Serenade by Hugo Wolf. The Morandi Quartet, made up of string players from our own orchestra, consistently delivers chamber music of the highest quality. 

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