A Compelling Musical Experience
Beethoven, Bartók and Tchaikovsky
from the Eeden Quartet,
reviewed by MIKE WHEELER
Putting the start of Derby Chamber Music's season back a couple of weeks seems to have paid off in terms of audience numbers — this must have been one of the best-attended opening concerts for years (Multi-Faith Centre, Derby University, Derby, UK, 9 October 2015).
And it wasn't exactly an easy-going programme, either. The Eeden Quartet opened with the first of Beethoven's three 'Rasumovsky' Quartets, Op 59, launching into the first movement with a firm but unhurried sense of pacing, though with occasionally cello-heavy sound...
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