- 31 Oct 17
French string quartet Quatuor Voce will play St. Ann's Church, Dublin 2 on Tuesday 21st November at 8pm.
Quatuor Voce formed in 2004 and have since won international competitions in Geneva, Vienna, Bordeaux, Graz, and London and performed in such prestigious venues as the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, the Konzerthaus, Vienna and Barbican in London as part of a ‘Rising Stars’ tour in 2013.
The group’s live performances are a mixture of classic and modern work.
Their Dublin gig will specifically feature music by Bartók, Schubert, Beethoven and a new work by Irish composer Rhona Clarke.
Quator Voc have been busy in recent months sharing stages with such diverse personalities as choreographer Thomas Lebrun and Canadian neo-folk singer Kyrie Kristmanson, as well as regularly performing live music for silent movies.
Their shows have achieved critical acclaim and are widely acknowledged as being "...amongst the best ensembles in the world" [Süddeutsche Zeitung] and "energising and stylish" (The Guardian).
Quator Voc’s upcoming tour dates are as follows,
Thurs 16 Nov, 8pm Warrenpoint Town Hall, Warrenpoint
Fri 17 Nov, 8pm Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny
Sun 19 Nov, 4pm St. Mary's Cathedral (The Chapter House), Kilkenny
Tues 21 Nov, 8pm St. Ann's Church, Dawson Street, Dublin 2
Wed 22 Nov, 8pm Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge
Thurs 23 Nov, 7.30pm St. Patrick's Gateway Centre, Waterford
Fri 24 Nov, 3pm Siamsa Tíre, Tralee*
Sat 25 Nov, 8pm Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire
Sun 26 Nov, 3pm Abbeystrewry Church, Skibbereen
Tickets are available to book here