Credit: Marco Borggreve
New York's Grand Central Terminal is renowned for its enormous windows. Few know though, that there are secret walkways within those windows, less they invest in a tour. Coleman is something of a musical central terminal – providing access to one window of wonder after another. This season, our series finale is a 'secret' quartet. Although renowned internationally since its founding in 1991, Quatuor Danel did not perform in the U.S. until 2015.
"It's a wonder that a veteran chamber music group known throughout Europe doesn't perform here more often," according to DC Metro Theater Arts. As the San Francisco Classical Voice's reviewer wrote, "I'd never heard of the ensemble. . .now, Quatuor Danel might well be my favorite."
Beethoven — Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 18, No. 6
Shostakovich — Quartet No. 6 in G Major, Op. 101
Weinberg — Quartet No 6 in E minor, Op. 35