Sat 3 Oct 2020
2 performances
12:30pm & 3pm
| €16/13
Sat 3 Oct 2020
2 performances
12:30pm & 3pm
| €16/13

The Banbha Quartet is a new string quartet made up of four gifted and experienced chamber musicians.

There will be two performances on the day, the first at 12.30pm, the second at 3pm.

Introduced by Evelyn Grant

They present what is believed to be the first of the Op.18 quartets to have been written, the gentle and subtle No.3 in D major, together with the first of the three Op.59 quartets commissioned in 1806 by prince Andrey Razumovsky, the Russian ambassador to Vienna. Although only six years separate these works, the F major Op.59, No.1 is on a much vaster scale and depicts a truly epic musical landscape

Banbha Quartet

Lidia Jewloszewicz-Clarke
Maria Ryan
Robin Panter
Aoife Burke


Beethoven – Quartet Op.18 No.3
Beethoven – Quartet Op.59 No.1

We’re delighted to welcome you all back to Triskel. Things will look and feel a bit different, including our opening hours and access. Please read this before visiting us.

The Beethoven String Quartets – Autumn Season

Triskel Arts Centre is delighted to present, in association with the National String Quartet Foundation, a season of quartets featuring performances of Beethoven’s string quartets in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth.

Sat 19 Sept – Lir Quartet – 12.30pm & 3pm
Sat 3 Oct – Banbha Quartet – 12.30pm & 3pm
Sat 17 Oct – Vanbrugh Quartet – 12.30pm & 3pm
Thurs 29 Oct – Esposito Quartet – 1pm & 8pm
See more info at The Beethoven String Quartets – Autumn Season

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