Since its inception in 1992, the Brentano String Quartet has been singled out for its technical brilliance, musical insight, and stylistic elegance. Since 1999, the quartet has had the honor of being the first-ever ensemble-in-residence at Princeton University. Their program for this performance will be Quartettsatz ('Quartet Movement') in C-minor, Opus Post., D. 703 byFranz Schubert, String Quartet No.1 in A-minor, Op.7 by Béla Bartók, and Beethoven's String Quartet in A-minor, Op. 132 .
Program notes can be downloaded below.