The quartet has been enthusiastically received wherever it has performed, and their playing has been described as “extraordinary”, “beautiful” and “marvellous”.
18th May 2018 – Bratton Clovelly Festival.
We look forward to playing in this beautiful village, near Okehampton, which has a thriving arts programme. More details to follow.
8th June 2018 – Calstock Arts
Details to follow
Appearances of the quartet up to 2017 were rather few and far between due to commitments and other musical distractions that the players individually had. A renewed sense of purpose is leading us forward into new repertoire and into seeking new audiences.
Haldon Trio (two violins and viola), March 2017, Stoke Gabriel Church, Devon, 7.30pm.
Sidbury, 2016. Haydn op 20 no.2, Webern Langsamer Satz, Pärt Fratres, Dvorak quartet op 18 (‘American’)
Dawlish Festival, 2014. Haydn op 20 no.2, Martinu 3 Madrigals, Mendelssohn quartet op 13
Stoke Gabriel Church 2015 (same programme)
St Endellion 2013. Mozart and J.C. Bach flute quartets
Dawlish Festival 2012. Mozart quartet K.575, Malcolm Arnold quartet no.1, Tchaikovsky quartet no.1
Tavistock Festival 2012. Malcolm Arnold quartet no.1, Tchaikovsky quartet no.1, Brahms clarinet quintet
Devon Oxford and Cambridge Societies, Topsham 2011. Borodin quartet no.1, Walton string quartet, Mendelssohn Capriccio op 81 no.2
Teign Valley Community Hall, Christow November 2017. Haydn Op. 20 No. 1, Nielsen Quartet No. 1, Mendelssohn Quartet Opus 13
3pm, 19th November 2017, at the Teign Valley Community Hall, Christow, EX6 7NA
Featuring three great, contrasting quartets:
- Haydn Op. 20 No. 1
- Nielsen Quartet No. 1
- Mendelssohn Quartet Opus 13