String quartetter from three centuries
Andrea Tarrodi (b. 1981) - String quartet nr. 2 ”Madárdal”
Béla Bartók (1881-1945) - String quartet nr. 5
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) - String quartet op. 59:2 e-minor ”Rasumovskij”
Wolfgamg Amadeus Mozart(1756-1791) String quartet nr. 19 , KV. 465 , second movment
Dahlkvist Quartet, string quartet
Bartosz Cajler and Kersti Dahlkvist, violin,
Jon Dahlkvist, viola, Hanna Dahlkvist, cello
More information about the artists
Dahlkvist Quartet, based in Stockholm, was founded in 2007. The following years the quartet participated in chamber music festivals in Lavausseau in France and 2008 in the Festival Musique à Flaine in the French Alps. In 2009 the Dahlkvist Quartet won the Chamber Music Association RSKs competition Young and Promising and 2013 they were Stockholm Concert Hall's nominee in the Rising Stars series. All of the members have studied at the Royal College of Music as well as individually in France, Italy, Poland and the Netherlands. The Dahlkvist Quartet's repertoire mixes old masters and modern music - with a focus on Swedish and Polish composers.
The Quartet's new CD ”Andrea Tarrodi: String Quartets” has been nominated for a Grammis 2018 and has been praised in the media across the country. Their latest appearance in Allhelgonakyrkan was in March 2014.