CANCELLED: Concerts LMMC : Pavel Haas Quartet with Boris Giltburg, piano

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Czech string quartet with many prizes, residencies  and  prize-winning CDs on Supraphon label, returns with prize-winning Israeli pianist Boris Giltburg for Dvořák’s piano quintet Opus 81.

Quatuor tchèque, fondé en 2002, nommé ECHO Rising Star en 2007. Le pianiste israélien Boris Giltburg se joint au quatuor pour la quintette de Dvořák opus 81. 2e engagement au LMMC.

Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/03/2020
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Location
Salle Pollack

Price Range
$20-50

Event Artists
Pavel Haas Quartet: Veronika Jarůšková, violin; Jiří Kabát, viola; Marek Zwiebel, violin; Peter Jarůšek, cello; Boris Giltburg, piano

Phone Number
514-932-6796

Event Website
http://www.lmmc.ca/en/concert_details.php?concert_id=208

Event Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/events/1217532438420116/


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      Founded in 1892 by a group of women amateur musicians, the LMMC embarks on its 125th season of uninterrupted musical activity. Originally all concerts were given by active members with the occasional assistance of local professionals. In 1895 the Club brought to Montreal the Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe, whose recital was such a success that the Ladies increasingly engaged international artists. Horowitz, Serkin, Rubinstein, Heifetz, Milstein, Stern, Rampal, Piatigorsky, Tortelier, Yo-Yo Ma, Lehmann, Ferrier, Souzay, the Budapest, Amadeus, Juilliard Quartets, the Beaux Arts Trio, are but a sampling of those who have performed and, in many cases, made their Montreal debuts at the Club. The long list of Canadian artists includes Saucier, Chamberland, Forrester, Alarie, Donalda, Simoneau, Gould, Turini, the Orford Quartet. The LMMC is a non-profit organization, managed by a volunteer committee. Admission is open to all on a subscription or single-ticket basis.

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