Musik & Theater

(c) Moritz Schell

Masterpieces for string quartet The Golden Mean
Minetti Quartet in the MuTh

* abgespielt

Great composers are always searching for the perfect form. In his fourth string quartet, written in 1928, Bela Bartók grappled extensively with the Golden Mean. This is the origin of its structure, which has a pivotal third movement in the middle of five. Folk elements form an essential part of his musical language. This is equally true of Dvořák, in his “Slavonic Quartet”. But the evening opens with Mozart’s perfectly wrought “Prussian Quartet” in B flat major.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: String quartet in B flat major, KV 589
Béla Bartók: String quartet No. 4 in C major, Sz 91
Antonín Dvořák: String quartet No. 10 in E flat major, Op. 51

Tickets: Band A €38/ B €33/ C €28; box seats €48; Children and young people: A €20 / B €15 / C €9

  • Violin: Maria Ehmer
  • Violin: Anna Knopp
  • Viola: Milan Milojicic
  • Cello: Leonhard Roczek