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Acacia Quartet: Testament
19 May @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm AEST
Tickets: Adult $48 | Concession $30 | Student $25 | Child under 16 $17
Mozart’s String Quartet in C Major, K465, nicknamed ‘Dissonance’ was written between 1782 and 1785 and is the last one in a set of six quartets, dedicated to Joseph Haydn. Testament by Lebanese-Armenian Tigran Mansurian is a five-minute Lento, written in 2004 as a tribute to ECM Records-founder and producer Manfred Eicher. Australian composer Alice Chance is becoming well-known and her piece is a new commission for string quartet. Debussy’s String Quartet, written in 1893, has become one of the most beloved pieces in the string quartet repertoire.
- Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART | String Quartet No. 19 K465 ‘Dissonance‘
- Tigran MANSURIAN | Testament
- Alice CHANCE | A Sundried Quartet
- Claude DEBUSSY | String Quartet
“Acacia Quartet performed so well that at times they seem like only one instrument, such is their clarity and unison.”