A unique attribute of the Edinburgh Quartet is its versatility and its ability to offer audiences in any location the same experience – not a diluted version – as afforded to those in the cities. This summer the Quartet will put this into practice by touring the Highlands, supported by Creative Scotland.
Firstly, the Quartet is delighted to be returning to Glenuig Hall on Wednesday 29 July. They have enjoyed giving many successful concerts there in the past and are looking forward to seeing familiar, friendly faces.
The following night, they will perform in Strathpeffer Pavilion. The programme at both these concerts is Haydn String Quartet Op 20 No 1, Beethoven String Quartet, Op 18 No 3, Mendelssohn String Quartet Op 13, the latter two having been performed to critical acclaim at the Queen’s Hall Edinburgh and City Halls, Glasgow in May.
On 1 and 5 August they will perform at the MacPhail Centre, Ullapool as part of the Variations Summer Music course. They will be joined by fellow tutors on the course Juliette Bausor (flute) and Maximiliano Martin (clarinet) for these concerts in performances of Mozart’s flute quartet and clarinet quintet – a real treat for audiences!
Full details of the concerts can be found on the Concerts Page.