Lake District Music – Brodsky String Quartet

Ambleside Parish Church
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Borodin Scherzo
Kraggerud Preghiera (Prayer)
Debussy String Quartet in G minor Op.10
Shostakovich String Quartet No.3 in F Op.73

Kindly supported by the Richard Hall Charitable Trust

‘The No.1 interpreter of Shostakovich in the world today’, the Brodsky Quartet have brought their undeniable energy and craftsmanship to audiences the world over ever since 1972 in over 3,500 performances and 70 recordings. Curiosity and an insatiable desire to explore continue to drive these giants of chamber music onwards, forever communicating with an unmistakable ‘humanity and virtuosity’.

Duration: 2 hrs (approx.) | Tickets: £21-£30

‘playing with a spirit so transformational you felt they were actually improving the world.’

The Strad
Ambleside Parish Church

28th July 2024

£21 – £30

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