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Meccore String Quartet participates in BOZAR SUNDAYS

BOZAR (Brussels)
27/11/16

 
The Meccore String Quartet is one of the young Polish chamber music groups which attracts the most votes. Active since 2007, its members are graduates of the Warsaw and Poznan Conservatories of Music, holders of scholarships from various institutions, who have taken several master classes – notably at the Chapelle musicale Reine Elisabeth – and have won many musical competitions. The quartet and its individual members are the beneficiaries of the ‘Młoda Polska’ scholarship, awarded by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
The Meccore String Quartet will be performing on Sunday 27 ovember at 11:00 at Bozar as part of BOZAR SUNDAYS, the Sunday concerts which aim to showcase the rising stars on the musical scene.
+++ www.meccorequartet.com/en/  

PROGRAMME
Edvard Grieg, String quartet, op. 27 (find out more here)
Karol Szymanowski, String quartet no2, op. 56 (find out more here)

MECCORE STRING QUARTET
Wojciech KOPROWSKI – violin
Jarosław NADRZYCKI – violin
Michał BRYŁA – alto
Karol MARIANOWSKI – cello



The String Quartet op. 27 is the only string quartet composed by Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). Written in 1877-78, it was created on 29 October 1878. This melancholic and dramatic piece of music was written in the purest romantic style.


Karol Szymanowski put the finishing touches to his second String Quartet, op. 56 at the end of November or at the beginning of December 1927, at the end of several weeks’ work. It had to wait another two years to be performed in Warsaw. Viewed as one of the most difficult and avant-garde pieces of music in Karol Szymanowski’s oeuvre, both in terms of the arrangement and composition and expressiveness, this piece is the perfect example of the way folklore was integrated into a classical framework in order to create a resolutely modern language (as one can also find in music by Bartok and Enesco). For this string quartet, Szymanowski incorporates music typically found in the Podhale mountains into a pure work of music.
For more information on the Szmanowski’s second String quartet, visit the site of the Polish Ministry of Culture: www.culture.pl



PRACTICAL INFORMATION
>>> Centre for Fine Arts - BOZAR (Ravensteinstraat 23, 1000 Brussels) - see map
>>> Sunday 27 November 2016 - 11:0012:00 
>>> 12€

+++ This concert on the site of BOZAR (online box office)

 



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