Brodsky Quartet

South American flavours: Brodsky Quartet and the exotic

A richly intoxicating evening with the innovative Brodsky Quartet beckons, as they bring a flavour of the exotic to the University’s Gulbenkian Theatre. They are teaming up with flautist Diana Baroni to explore music from South America in their concert on Wednesday 23 February.

Brodsky Quartet
The Brodsky Quartet

A heady and exciting programme includes Tavener’s Prayer of the Heart, which was written for the Quartet and pop singer Björk, asw well as a feast of traditional music from Peru and Bolivia. Tantalisingly, the Quartet have also said that they’re bringing a tubular bell and a Tibetan bowl: in order to find out how they’ll be using them in the performance, though, you’ll have to come along and see…

Steadfast professionals, their concert this time last year saw them braving fearsome snow and icy conditions to reach the campus: here’s hoping the warmth of their programme will keep adverse weather at bay.

Further details on the department website here: this is one you’ll definitely not want to miss.

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