Event Cancelled: Goldmund Quartet: ECHO Rising Stars

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LSO St Luke's

Fri 17 Jul 2020 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London

Haydn String Quartet in D major, Op 76/5
Dobrinka Tabakova The Smile of Flamboyant Wings (ECHO commission)
Mendelssohn String Quartet No 6 in F minor, Op 80

Goldmund Quartet

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Tickets: £12 (Young Barbican £5) + booking fee*
NB Unallocated seating

*£0.60 online booking fee, £0.70 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees

In light of the government guidance regarding gatherings, all public performances and workshops at LSO St Luke’s have been cancelled or postponed until further notice. Initially this period covers all public events from Monday 16 March up until Tuesday 30 June 2020, but we will continue to review this over the coming weeks, and will be in touch as soon as possible if this changes.

We appreciate your support during this time, and ask that you bear with us and the Box Office as ticket-holders are notified. If you have booked a ticket for something that’s been cancelled, you will be able claim a refund or exchange your tickets and the Barbican Centre Box Office will be in touch soon. A large number of events at the Barbican and LSO St Luke’s are being cancelled and postponed, so we ask that you are patient and avoid contacting the Box Office directly at this stage.


One of Germany’s most insightful young string quartets establishes their credentials in classics by Haydn and Mendelssohn – plus something freshly minted.

The Goldmund Quartet begin their ECHO recital with Haydn – always a hallmark of joyous quartet playing – but they’ve also commissioned a new piece from Dobrinka Tabakova, specially conceived to sit next to Mendelssohn’s startlingly passionate late quartet.

We’re living in a new golden age for string quartets, but when the Washington Post enthuses about the 'intelligence and wit' of this dynamic young German ensemble, it’s worth paying special attention. Their commitment to Haydn and Mendelssohn proves their seriousness, while Dobrinka Tabakova’s new work demonstrates that for the Goldmunds, tradition is about the future, as well as the past.

Nominated by Festspielhaus Baden-Baden & Philharmonie de Paris.