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The evening begins refreshingly with the Piano Quartet No. 2 in D major, which Ludwig van Beethoven composed at the age of 15. The quartet of the Spanish composer Joaquin Turina moves between fandango and pasodoble in Andalusian nights.

In the second part of the evening, Robert Schumann's well-known piano quartet is on the program, a milestone in romantic chamber music in which every instrument can enjoy its beautiful moments.

A musical evening with Spanish fire, French elegance, Turkish passion and German precision.

  • Violin: Julia Pérez Gaméz
  • Viola: Marie Renault
  • Cello: Elif Dimli
  • Piano: Robert Grabein

Admission: free - donations welcome
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