Talich String Quartet
Jan Talich, Jr., violin, Petr Macecek, violin, Vladimir Bukac, viola, and Petr Prause, cello
Beethoven Quartet Cycle
Saturday, November 8, 2003Bowker Auditorium at 8 p.m.
$25, $15; 17 and under $10
Five College Students $10, $7
The Talich Quartet has been considered for many years to be one of the world´s finest string quartets. In addition to being famous for their interpretation of Czech music, they have a very wide - ranging repertoire. At the request of Steven Spielberg and the Shoah Foundation, the Talich Quartet recorded the music for the film documentary about Czech holocaust survivors called Hell on the Earth. This concert opens our second of three seasons of the Beethoven Quartet Cycle. In addition to the concert, there will be a pre-concert talk at 6:45 p.m. and Viennese coffee and desserts will be available for purchase.
"The Talich String Quartet from Prague is generally recognized as one of the preeminent ensembles in the quartet world. Its appearance at the Tabaret Hall yesterday was greeted by a capacity audience and, for the most part validated their fine reputation."
- The Ottawa Citizen.
Talich String Quartet pre-talkNovember 8, 2003 Bowker Audtiorium
Members of the Talich String Quartet will give a pre-concert talk about their work and the Beethoven pieces to be performed that evening. 7:15PM-7:30PM in Bowker Auditorium
Free and open to that evening's patrons.,
Talich String Quartet Master ClassSaturday, November 8, 2003 UMass Music Department
The Talich String Quartet will conduct a master class for University graduate level string quartets. The general public is welcome to observe. Music Department from 10:30AM - Noon. Exact room location TBD.
Open to all to observe,