Haydn - String Quartet, Op.33, No.2

Beethoven - Piano Sonata, Op. 110

55 minutes


Jeremy Weinstein - violin

Charlotte Howdle - violin

Julius Kiln - viola

Max Todes - cello

Christopher Leung - piano

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In the first part, a student string quartet comprised of Jeremy Weinstein, Charlotte Howdle, Julius Kiln, and Max Todes plays Haydn’s String Quartet Op.33, No.2. This quartet is nicknamed ‘The Joke’ due to a crafty prank by the masterful composer that keeps the audience guessing as to where the piece ends!

The second part of the concert features Christopher Leung playing Beethoven’s Piano Sonata, Op. 110. This three-movement sonata covers a broad range of emotional territory, moving from the depths of despair to complete euphoria.

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