Sha Katsouris  -Violine-

Artur Podlesniy -Violine-

Peter Zelienka -Viola-

Arnold Ilg -Violoncello-

Sunday, 2. 6. 2019

19:00 Uhr, Kubiz-M-Unterhaching, München-Unterhaching

S. Vortisch (Klarinette), N.N. (Viola) Wolf: Ital. Serenade, Beethoven: Streichquintett Op. 104 in der Fassung für Klarinette und Streichquartett, Mozart: Streichquintett g-Moll 

Saturday, 7. 9. 2019

18:00 Uhr, Abendmusiken in der Komturkirche in Nieder-Weisel (Butzbach)

B. Smetana: Streichquartett Nr. 1. „Aus meinem Leben“, A. Borodin: Streichquartett Nr. 2 D-Dur, Hába Quartett

 

Saturday, 14. 9. 2019

20:00 Uhr, Festsaal im Park Schönbusch, Aschaffenburg

Hába Quartett mit C. Andrada de la Calle (Flöte), W. A. Mozart : Flötenquartette C-Dur und D-Dur, B. Smetana: Streichquartett e-moll Nr. 1 „Aus meinem Leben“, A. Borodin: Streichquartett Nr. 2 D-Dur

 

Sunday, den 16. 2. 2020

18:00 Uhr, Frankfurt, hr-Sendesaal

Kammermusikreihe des hrSO, Das Geheimnis der „Lyrischen Suite“ mit Matthias Brandt (Lesung) und H.-D. Sommer (Moderation), Alban Berg: Lyrische Suite, Hába Quartett

 

Sunday, den 23. 2. 2020

11:00 Uhr, hr2 Kultur Lunch

„Bekenntnisse der Frau Schnaps“,verschiedene Sätze aus Beethovens Quartetten, Trios und Duos, Hába Quartett und Maria Ollikainen

 

Tuesday, den 31. 3. 2020

20:00 Uhr, Frankfurt, Tiger-Palast

Kammerflimmern, Musik von südamerikanischen Komponisten mit Diego Jascalevich (Gitarre, Charango, Gesang) und Hába Quartett

 
 

The long The history of the ensemble now extends over seventy years. In 1946, the violinist Dušan Pandula founded the Hába Quartet in Prague, which at that time already focussed on the collaboration of important contemporary composers and, above all, the most important composer of microtonal music - Alois Hába, the eponym of the ensemble - the twelve of his seventeen quartets dedicated to the Hába Quartet. In 1968, after Dušan Pandulas moved to the FRG, the quartet disbanded, but sixteen years later in 1984, he was re-founded by him in Frankfurt, this time with his pupil Peter Zelienka. The quartet sees itself as a direct successor and bearer of the long-standing Hába quartet tradition. The ensemble is characterized by a repertoire encompassing all stylistic epochs, which also includes rarely performed works. This versatility has resulted in intensive concerts both at home and abroad, in CD and radio recordings, and in major festival festivals. a. in Salzburg, Graz, Munich, Berlin, Prague, Beijing, Shanghai, Warsaw and Pärnu proven time and again. During a concert tour to China in 2014, the Hába Quartet performed with great success at the "Beijing Festival for Modern Music", in Shanghai and Guangzhou. There, the ensemble also devoted an intensive teaching at local music academies. In 2015, the complete recording of the string quartets by Alois Hába, recorded by the Hába Quartet, was released on the CD label NEOS.

 

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Peter Zelienka

phone 0049 179 4860318

peterzelienka@freenet.de

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