WIMF I Brodsky Quartet and Tenebrae Consort

Brodsky Quartet

Haydn ‘Seven Last Words’

Saturday 10 November 8.00pm

Sacred Heart Church, Edge Hill, SW19 4LU

£35/£28/£20 (Student £5)


Event sponsor: Robert Holmes

What is so striking about the Brodsky Quartet is their brimming love for the music

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Brodsky Quartet and Tenebrae Consort

Brodsky Quartet
Daniel Rowland violin
Ian Belton violin
Paul Cassidy viola
Jacqueline Thomas cello

Tenebrae Consort
Nigel Short director

Roopa Panesar sitar
Gurdain Rayatt tabla

Haydn considered his ‘Seven Last Words’ to be one of his greatest works superior to either of his later oratorios, ‘The Creation’ and ‘The Seasons’. It is performed in its most popular quartet setting by the illustrious Brodsky Quartet. Meditative music on sitar and tabla is interwoven with Gesualdo Responses sung by the handpicked voices of Tenebrae Consort.

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