Changing strings – the TSQ disbands and the ASQ is reviewed

As the Tokyo String Quartet continues its final tour before disbanding, the Australian String Quartet gives its last concerts with violinist Anne Horton and cellist Rachel Johnston.

Matthew Westwood reports in The Australian that the members of the TSQ “will hand back their instruments – two violins, a viola and cello made by Antonio Stradivari and once owned by 19th-century virtuoso Niccolo Paganini – to their custodian, the Nippon Music Foundation.”

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Eamon Kelly reviews the ASQ’s Schubert concert in The Australian.



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