Quatuor Modigliani

The four Modigliani musketeers offer their distinctive and oft-revisited musical landscapes.

Quatuor Modigliani © Marie Staggat


Mozart Quartet « Les Dissonances » K. 465
Brahms Quartet No. 2 op. 51

The unusual and surprising Modigliani Quartet! Fifteen years in the footsteps of Haydn have not changed anything and these four young men can still whip up an audience and inspire a loyal and enthusiastic following. What could be more equivocal than this sonority or more moving than the plasticity of shared inspiration? They may be endowed with a physical musicality and dazzling verve, but their true virtuosity is more intangible and lies in the tempo of a distinguished portamento and the impalpable iridescence of a sustained note. For them, the line of piece is also about silences, describing huge parabolas of sound, painting a unique emotional landscape with haunting outlines. They showcase the art of the fleeting and intangible in Mozart’s “Dissonance” Quartet, before embracing the more dense and poignant language of Brahms’s String Quartet No.2.

Unnumbered seating
Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
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Quatuor Modigliani

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