The Alauda Quartet was formed at the Royal Academy of Music in London in 2011. An internationally diverse ensemble, the quartet hails from four different corners of Europe but shares a unifying passion for chamber music and a strong desire to explore the repertoire of the string quartet.
They perform two of the most popular quartets in the repertoire by Mozart and Beethoven which are followed by Borodin’s quartet No.2. It’s a piece full of romantic Russian fervour and as well as some magical memorable melodies.
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Mozart Quartet in B flat K.458 The Hunt
Beethoven Quartet Op.74 Harp
Borodin Quartet No.2 in D