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Classical Up Close: The Fibonacci Quartet

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A 9% booking fee applies online and over the phone. A £2.50 postage fee is charged where applicable.

The Fibonacci Quartet are one of Europe’s leading young string quartets, garnering rave reviews wherever they play.

Kryštof Kohout Violin
Luna de Mol Violin
Elliot Kempton Viola
Findlay Spence Cello

Hayden String Quartet Op 76 No 4, Sunrise
Schulhoff Five Pieces for String Quartet
Schubert Death and the Maiden (1st movement)

Today they perform a programme that spans the last three centuries, giving an intriguing glimpse into the evolution of string quartet repertoire, encompassing one of Haydn’s most renowned quartet collections, Schubert’s classic masterwork, and the lesser known Erwin Schulhoff’s Five Pieces which premiered in 1924.

Classical Up Close

Classical Up Close is a new strand of concerts offering a glimpse into the breadth and richness of the classical canon in an informal setting. For these first three concerts artists will perform in the round ‘on the flat’ (not on the stage) in the main hall at St George’s, and audiences will be able to sit or stand around them, or move around if they want. Each concert will be 45 minutes long and give a snapshot of a particular element of classical music: baroque, chamber and choral. These bitesize concerts are ideal for newbies to classical and classical lovers alike.

Classical Up Close Multi-Buy Offer

Get an exclusive £2 off tickets when you buy tickets for two or more Classical Up Close concerts! The discount will be applied automatically at the checkout when you book for multiple Classical Up Close events.