Minetti Quartet will present string quartets by Krenek and Mozart


Together with the Ludwig Ritter von Köchel Gesellschaft Krems we cordially invite to a chamber music concert on Thursday, November 9, 2023 at Kloster UND. The Minetti Quartet will present string quartets by Ernst Krenek and Wolfgang A. Mozart.

on Thursday, November 9, 2023, at 7:30 p.m.

at Kloster UND
Undstraße 6
3500 Krems an der Donau

Ernst Krenek: String quartet No. 4, op. 24
Wolfgang Amadé Mozart: String Quartet No. 19 in C major, KV 465 (“Dissonance Quartet”)

Manfred Permoser & Clemens Zoidl, moderation

Minetti Quartet
Maria Ehmer, Violin
Anna Knopp, Violin
Milan Milojicic, Viola
Leonhard Roczek, Violoncello

Since its nomination for the "Rising Stars" cycle of the "European Concert Hall Organisation" in 2008/09, the Minetti Quartet has repeatedly performed in the most prestigious concert halls in Vienna, Berlin, Cologne, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Stockholm, Brussels, London etc. Invitations to famous chamber music festivals have also taken the quartet to North, Central and South America, Australia, Japan, and China. Many concerts were recorded and broadcasted by international radio stations.
The name "Minetti Quartet" refers to a play by the writer Thomas Bernhard, who lived in Ohlsdorf in the Salzkammergut region, where the two violinists of the quartet also grew up.

Chamber music partners include Fazil Say, Till Fellner, Jörg Widmann, Paul Meyer, Sharon Kam, Thomas Riebl, István Vardai, Camille Thomas, Alois Posch, soloists of the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonics and the Mandelring Quartet. The quartet has performed as soloists with the RSO Vienna and the Bruckner Orchestra Linz.
The Minetti Quartet is the winner of numerous international chamber music competitions (Schubert Competition, Haydn Competition) and received the Austrian "Großer Gradus ad Parnassum Preis", the starting scholarship of the Austrian Federal Ministry, as well as the Karajan Scholarship.
The Austrian National Bank lends the quartet two violins by G. B. Guadagnini ("Mantegazza" 1774 and the "ex Meinel", 1770-1775) and a violoncello by G. Tononi (Bologna, 1681). Milan Milojicic plays on a viola by Bernd Hiller (2009).

More information and tickets

In cooperation with the Ludwig Ritter von Köchel Gesellschaft Krems

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