20th December 2005
2006 CONCERT SERIES GETS OFF ON THE RIGHT NOTE
Classical music connoisseurs in
The Dante String Quartet who have built up a
reputation as one of
the finest string quartets in
which brings together four outstanding musicians of Polish, English, Scots and
French descent, was founded in 1995 on friendships made at the International
Musicians’ Seminar in
The Dante Quartet is also known for its imaginative programming, and enjoys presenting unfamiliar works - new or old - alongside the celebrated masterpieces of the quartet repertoire.
During the performance at the Drill Hall the quartet will play Haydn quartet Op64 no5 in D major ‘Lark’, Rubbra quartet no1 in F minor and Beethoven quartet Op59 no1 in F major ‘Razumovsky’.
The concert will get under way at 3.30pm on Sunday 8th January with a pre-concert talk. The performance will start at 4.15pm.
Tickets cost £10.00, £9.00 for concessions and £5.00 for students and under-16s. Tickets are also available on the door (subject to availability).
For further information please contact the Lincoln Drill Hall Box Office on 01522 873894.
For more information contact:
Kate Strawson, Press Officer
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