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IN GERMAN-speaking countries, Beethoven’s Quartet No 2 in G major, Op 18, No 2, is called the Komplimentier-Quartett, “the quartet of bows and curtseys” and Galway will hear why this weekend.
ST NICHOLAS’ Collegiate Church will be filled with the sound of the very first quartet for strings composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven - even if it is numbered as his third.
THE CONTEMPO Quartet will give a lunchtime concert at the Galway City Library, this Tuesday at 1.10pm.
THE MUSIC of Albéniz, Beethoven, and Schubert, and the world première of a new piece by Jane O’Lear,y will be performed by Ah Ruem Ahm in Galway next week.
THE ROSAMUNDE Trio will play the Aula Maxima, NUI Galway, on Thursday November 4 at 8pm as part of Music for Galway’s 30th Anniversary Season.
A TOTAL of 32 strings, 16 hands, and eight musicians will combine to perform the music of Mendelssohn when ConTempo and the RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet play The Hotel Meyrick on Monday April 20 at 8pm.
IF YOU are not planning to, or cannot, go to Venice for your holidays this year, then do the next best thing by taking in a concert by the Quartetto di Venezia and Italian pianist Roberto Nosè.