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An overview of all press attention for the very first String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam, predominantly in Dutch: “Speciaal festival voor strijkkwartet; gevestigde namen komen begin 2018 naar Amsterdam” Volkskrant, 1 maart 2017 “Eerste editie Strijkkwartet Biënnale Amsterdam” RD, 3… Read more
The String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam offers a special policy for music professionals (promoters, agents etc.) which gives them the opportunity to buy tickets with 20% discount. Fill out the form via the link below; we will contact you once you have been accredited…. Read more
Early Haydn / op. 20/1 by Quartetto di Cremona Monday 29.1 / 9:30 Quartetto di Cremona + Gary Hoffman + Lawrence Dutton evening concert Tuesday 30.1 / 20:15 Emerson String Quartet + Quartetto di Cremona + Gary Hoffman evening concert Wednesday 31.1 / 20:15 We – Cristiano… Read more
Renaissance Soundscape Sunday 28.1 / 11:00 Brentano Quartet avondconcert Sunday 28.1 / 20:15 Selected by / Brentano Quartet Monday 29.1 / 17:00 I am Serena Canin, second violinist of the Brentano Quartet. Second violinists, for some reason, often display clerical tendencies, so it… Read more
Masterclass – Improvisation Monday 29.1 / 11:30 Cuarteto Casals evening concert Monday 29.1 / 20:15 The music of Italian composer and cellist Lucio Franco Amanti lives somewhere between classical, jazz and pop music. Within his compositions, these genres blend into a fresh and… Read more
To order day tickets or passe-partouts for the String Quartet Biennale outside of the Netherlands, please contact the Box Office of the Muziekgebouw via firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. +31 (0)20 788 2000 (Mon – Sat, 12:00 – 18:00).
A festival completely dedicated to string quartet? A biennale even? Why and how would this be necessary? What makes string quartet so special that it deserves such an amount of attention? Is it not just one of many instrumental genres… Read more