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Lunchtimes at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery: The Odeion String Quartet

Lunchtimes at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery: The Odeion String Quartet

Lunchtimes at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Date and time
12 Jun 2015 (12:30pm - 1:30pm)
Location

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Chamberlain Square Birmingham B3 3DH

Map and Directions

Price

Free admission

Booking Information

Tickets available on the door

Samson Diamong violin

Sharon De Kock violin

Anmani van der Westhuizen cello

Jeanne-Louise Moolman viola

Mokale Koapeng Komeng for string quartet

Haydn String quartet in D major, Op.20 No.4

Shostakovich String quartet No.2 in A major Op.68

The Odeion String Quartet is a flagship of the University of the Free State, South Africa and symbolises the University’s commitment to the arts. There the quartet plays an important strategic role in the development of symphony orchestra music and in classical music training. Hear them perform Komeng, a five minute South African piece that imitates Uhadi bows as well as pieces by Haydn and Shostakovich.

Join us as we take the Conservatoire out into the City, for a series of lunchtime concerts in the elegant surroundings of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

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