Founded in Warsaw in 1995, the Szymanowski Quartet has captivated audiences at prestigious festivals and in concert halls throughout Europe, the USA, Asia, Australia and South America. They make a welcome return to Lakeside with an intriguing programme that includes works by two Polish composers: the 16th-century court composer Wacław of Szamotuły and Szymanowski, whose String Quartet No.2 written in 1927 incorporates characteristic elements of Polish folk music.
"It was hard not to fall in love with the Szymanowski Quartet" - New York Times
£16 (£14 concession)
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