Mozart's Flute Quartet & Bartok's Contrasts

Kirklees Chamber Series

Wednesday 11 September 2024

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Spend lunchtime being whisked from the 18th to the 20th Century and back again.

For starters, there’s Mozart’s elegant interweaving of clarinet, viola and piano in his Kegelstatt Trio K which was written in 1786 and dedicated to his pupil Franziska von Jacquin – in fact, the piece was first played at the von Jacquin’s house with Mozart on viola.

Bartók’s Contrasts follow with their infectious folk-infused melodies inspired by Hungarian and Romanian dance melodies. To complete the programme, the musicians return to Mozart to play his Quartet in D for flute, violin, viola and cello written when the composer was just 20 years old.

Part of the Kirklees Concert Season.

  • Dewsbury Town Hall

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Mozart Kegelstatt Trio K. 498 for clarinet, viola and piano
Bartok Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano
Mozart Flute Quartet in D, K. 285 for flute, violin, viola and cello


Claire Osborne Violin
Anne Trygstad Viola
Lydia Dobson Cello
Luke O’Toole Flute
Annette Saunders Piano

Mozart's Flute Quartet & Bartok's Contrasts

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