Quatuor Danel commences thirteenth season at the Martin Harris Centre
20 Aug 2017
This autumn the quartet celebrates its thirteenth season with the University by embarking on an ambitious complete performance of all of Beethoven’s string quartets.
The Quatuor Danel is a string quartet made up of Marc Danel, Gilles Millet (violins), Vlad Bogdanas (viola) and Yovan Markovitch (cello). The quartet was founded in 1991 and has been at the forefront of the international music scene ever since, with important concert performances worldwide and a row of groundbreaking CD recordings winning many important international awards.
The quartet is famous for their bold, concentrated interpretations of the string quartet cycles of Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Shostakovich, and Weinberg.
The quartet has been artist-in-residence at The University of Manchester since 2005, and performs a programme of lunchtime and evening concerts at the Martin Harris Centre throughout the year.
This autumn the quartet celebrates its thirteenth season with the University by embarking on an ambitious complete performance of all of Beethoven’s string quartets, the first time this has happened since 2005. Between 30 November and 3 December the quartet will perform all 16 challenging works, over five evening, lunchtime and afternoon concerts.
The Martin Harris Centre is pleased to offer special rates to patrons subscribing to a Quatuor Danel season ticket for the forthcoming season. This ticket includes reserved seats at all Quatuor Danel evening concerts in 2017-2018, and also includes tickets to the entire Beethoven Cycle. Full season tickets are priced at £52.50 (full) and £42 (concessions).
Alternatively, patrons can subscribe to a special Beethoven Cycle ticket for just the concerts taking place 30 November - 3 December 2017, priced at £25 (full) and £20 (concessions).
Season tickets and individual concert tickets are available from:
- Martin Harris Centre Box Office 0161 275 8951 (12.30-2.30pm weekdays)