Chester Music Society is pleased to present the Brodsky String Quartet at 7.30pm in St Mary’s Centre on Wednesday, February 12.
Since its formation in 1972, the Brodsky Quartet has performed more than 3,000 concerts on the major stages of the world and has released more than 60 recordings.
Their energy and craftsmanship has attracted numerous awards and accolades worldwide.
The energy extends to three players performing standing up – although, of course, the cellist remains seated.
The quartet has performed at many of the UK's major festivals and venues, and is regularly recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio.
They also have a busy international performing schedule and have toured extensively throughout Australasia, North and South America, South Africa, and Europe.
Their programme has an Italian flavour, with the Wolf Italian Serenade, Puccini Crisantemi and Respighi Quartetto Dorico. They will conclude with the Schubert’s magnificent Death and the Maiden quartet.
Tickets at £13 are available from 01244 381 995, the Visitor Information Centre, Town Hall Square, Chester or via the website www.chestermusicsociety.org.uk.