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Biography & Press Reviews

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Sample Repertoire

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Gramophone Magazine (Mar 2021) - FInding Ligeti (i)

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Gramophone Magazine (Mar 2021) - FInding Ligeti (ii)

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Gramophone Magazine (Mar 2021) - FInding Ligeti (iii)

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Whole Note Magazine (Feb 2019) feature (i)

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Whole Note Magazine (Feb 2019) feature (ii)

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Video

JACK Quartet and Danny Driver - Live at Wigmore Hall

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JACK Quartet
Christopher Otto violin
Austin Wulliman violin
John Pickford Richards viola
Jay Campbell cello
Danny Driver piano

Alongside the five contrasting movements of Ligeti’s Second Quartet (1968) are Thomas Adès’ Piano Quintet (2000), and the second (2007) of a series of works called Cineshape by the American composer Amy Williams, each inspired by a different film – in this instance Mike Figgis’ Time Code. The 14th-century French composer Rodericus is known for just the one ballade – a work of unusual rhythmical complexity which Ligeti might have appreciated; it is heard in an arrangement by a member of the quartet.

PROGRAMME

Thomas Adès (b.1971)
Piano Quintet

György Ligeti (1923-2006)
String Quartet No. 2

Amy Williams (b.1969)
Cineshape 2
Rodericus
Angelorum psalat
(arranged by Christopher Otto)
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