London Haydn Quartet

Master, pupil and an age of revolution. At the dawn of modern Europe, Joseph Haydn and his rebellious student Beethoven invented a new kind of string quartet: humorous and charged with emotion. The London Haydn Quartet use period instruments to get right back to the energy and excitement of that incredible time. You’ve never heard a string quartet sound so bold – or so fresh.

Ludwig van Beethoven
String quartet in B flat op. 18 no 6
Allegro con brio
   Adagio ma non troppo
   La Malincolia: Adagio — Allegretto quasi Allegro

Joseph Haydn
String Quartet in F Op. 77 No. 2
   Allegro moderato
   Menuetto: Presto, ma non troppo — Trio Andante
   Finale: Vivace assai


Nov 10 2023


1:15 pm




Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama


Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama