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DON’T MISS: Arcadia String Quartet & Amid Peled this Saturday at Hazelwood School  

If you’re a classical music fan, do not miss the opportunity to see one of the world’s most exciting string quartets play at Hazelwood School this Saturday, March 4th for the Oxted & Limpsfield Music Society prior to their Wigmore Hall concert on Sunday 5th March.

As an extra treat, the amazing Arcadia Quartet, who have played and won awards all over the world, will be joined by renowned cellist, Amit Peled to perform Schubert’s String Quintet In C Major.

Formed in 2006 at the Academy of Cluj–Napoca in Romania, the Arcadia Quartet has performed across the world and won countless awards.  Winners of the 2012 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition and the 2014 Osaka International Chamber Music Competition, the Arcadia Quartet is rapidly establishing itself as one of the most exciting string quartets of its generation.

With regular members Ana Török and Răsvan Dumitru on the violins, Traian Boală on viola and Zsolt Török on cello, the group will be joined by world-renowned Israeli-American cellist and virtuoso, Amit Peled, who plays Pablo Casals’ historic 1733 Matteo Gofriller cello (click here for his website).

The programme will include:

Mozart – String Quartet No 1 in G major KV 80

Haydn – String Quartet Op. 33/5 in G major

Schubert – String Quintet in C major, D.956

Event Details:

Saturday 4th March at 8.00pm at Hazelwood School, Wolfs Hill, Limpsfield, Oxted, Surrey RH8 0QU for the Oxted and Limpsfield Music Society.

Tickets are available at £20 (£10 for under 25s) via:

http://www.oxtedandlimpsfieldmusicsociety.org.uk/tickets-an…

or Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arcadia-quartet-plus-amit-pele…

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