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Quartetto di Cremona - Mar. 1

Quartetto di Cremona - Mar. 1, 2024

Lincoln Trio

If you were with us in October of 2019, you cannot have forgotten our transcendent concert by these Italians—it was the final concert before the pandemic shut our doors for a year and a half.
As a critic close to me wrote: “the Cremona Quartet's program Friday night will stay in the memory of our audience for its consummate musicality, coupled with gracious, humble professionalism. Their Mozart was exquisitely balanced on a tightrope of clear precision and adroit, expressive unity . . . Verdi's quartet was full of color, as each player found new timbres to explicate the changing moods within the musical lines . . . The Cremona Quartet pivots from power to delicacy with lightning-fast, unified flexibility.”

Since its formation in 2000, the QUARTETTO DI CREMONA has established a reputation as one of the most exciting chamber ensembles on the international stage. Regularly invited to perform in major music festivals and halls in Europe, North and South America, and Far East, they garner universal acclaim for their high level of interpretive artistry. Highlights of recent and upcoming seasons are the performances at the Wigmore Hall (London), at the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), at the Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg), at the Konzerthaus in Berlin, at the Brucknerhaus (Linz), at the Salle de la Madeleine (Geneve), in Stockholm, Schwarzenberg, Kuhmo, Mumbai, Taipei, and for the Fundación Juan March in Madrid and the Chamber Music Society of the Lincoln Center. North American tours are regularly planned twice a year, with the Carnegie Hall debut scheduled for October 2023 as well as a re-invitation from the CMS of Lincoln Center in March 2024 [and the BCMS!].

Ambassadors for the international project “Friends of Stradivari” and honorary citizen of Cremona, they also endorse “Le Dimore del Quartetto” and Thomastik Infield Strings. Cristiano Gualco violin Nicola Amati, Cremona 1640; Paolo Andreoli violin Paolo Antonio Testore, Milano ca. 1758 (Kulturfonds Peter Eckes); Simone Gramaglia viola Gioachino Torazzi, ca. 1680 (Kulturfonds Peter Eckes); Giovanni Scaglione cello Dom Nicola Amati, Bologna 1712 (Kulturfonds Peter Eckes)




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