The Quartetto Belcea offers an exciting concert on Sunday 9 December at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris.
The human and musical alchemy that brings together members of a string quartet remains an inexhaustible subject of wonder for the music lover. How can everyone express their sensitivity, to release his inner song, while remaining constantly listening to his companions? How, in a fascinating repertoire and in an extreme need – the composers often give the best of themselves in the form of the quartet – they manage to reconcile technical result and emotion?
A quartet to see and hear
Regularly inscribed in the series "Sunday Morning Concerts" at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, the Quartetto Belcea is without context one of the most exciting formations that can be listened to at the moment. And see also, the high-precision watchmaking that presides over their interpretations, tasting almost as much with the eyes as with the ears!
This Sunday, December 9 at 11, the program dedicated to Mendelssohn and Bartok is an invitation to admire all aspects of their talent: lyricism and fervor, passion and commitment, delicacy and hardness. A second Belcea concert with pianist Piotr Anderszewski will also take place on March 17, 2019, again with a stylistic clash between Haydn's radiant classicism and Shostakovich's tormented strength.