Friday 28th March sees the next event in Aldeburgh’s Jubilee Hall’s lunchtime concert season, with the Artesian Quartet performing Haydn’s String Quartet No. 63 in B-flat major Op.76 No. 4, and Bartok’s String Quartet No.1 in A minor. Having performed at last Friday’s lunchtime, too, the Artesian Quartet look set to continue in their vein of roaring success with another musical event tomorrow.
Having been awarded the Wolfe Wolfinson Quartet Prize last year, the group are also the winners of the 2013/14 St Peter’s Prize as well as the Park Lane Group Artists Award 2014. Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2009, the Quartet have been going from strength to strength and, having already enjoyed a staggering amount of popularity across Britain, are set to continue with their gorgeous set of performances at Aldeburgh’s concert season.
Tickets cost £9 (or £7 if you book 5 or more lunchtime concerts) and can be accessed via the Aldeburgh Music website .
So, if you’d like a helping of Haydn or a bit of Bartok with your lunch, what better venue could you hope for than Aldeburgh’s beautiful Jubilee Hall, and what better musicians could be asked for than the Artesian Quartet?