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Schubert and Beethoven were contemporaries and both lived in Vienna during their important creative period. The works presented here were created almost at the same time. But what a contrast! We can describe Schubert as the master of the fragment. In contrast, in some of his late string quartets, Beethoven tries to break any classical standard of four-movement composition.



In their long-standing collaboration, the Havel Quartet Berlin enjoys presenting programs from all eras and styles. It is important that connections emerge between the individual compositions within a program. Havel Quartet Berlin Britta Haase (1st violin), Arnhild Micus (2nd violin), Rainer Fournes (viola), Friedrich Boegner cello.


Works performed:

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
String Quartet in C minor D 703 (1820)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
String Quartet in B flat major op.130 (1825)
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