Concert Room, 2nd Floor, Block B, Grove building
A concert with the University’s famous string quartet in residence, featuring Beethoven’s late quartet masterpiece Op.130, together with its original epic fugal finale (Grosse Fuga), and Shostakovich’s String Quartet No.10 in Ab
This is part of a free series of music concerts and colloquia open to staff, students and the public.
Since seating is limited, please arrive in good time.
Enquiries to Department Administrator Tom Beaumont: firstname.lastname@example.org
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