As of the nineteenth century, the string quartet has been regarded as the supreme form of chamber music. Beginning with Beethoven, composers wrote string quartets to give expression to their most intimate and powerful personal feelings. This program features two great string quartets written by Beethoven and Shostakovich in the prime of their careers, and a brilliant work written by Calgary Philharmonic violist Arthur Bachmann.

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