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    Quatuor Modigliani 

    The Modigliani Quartet celebrates the modernity of Haydn and Grieg.

    Quatuor Modigliani
    Quatuor Modigliani  © Marie Staggat

    Haydn String quartet Op. 76 No. 2 Hob III:76 « Quinten »
    Grieg String quartet No. 1 Op. 27 

     Young audience workshops Raconte-moi une histoire

    "We felt a great affinity with the man and with his writing, imbued with humanity, intelligence and humour. It's a beacon for the evolution of our sound and aesthetics," the Modigliani Quartet will tell you if you mention Joseph Haydn to them. Of the sixty-eight scores left to them by the Austrian master, this time they will show the modernity of the powerful Opus 76 No. 2, known as "Fifths", which notably features a sardonic "Witches' Minuet". The French then abandoned Viennese classicism to take an interest in Nordic romanticism. In 1877-78, Edvard Grieg, in the midst of an existential crisis, confided his moods to the string quartet. A pessimistic and anxious winter trip to the land of fjords, whose formation will undoubtedly render ardent lyricism in a single breath.

    COREALISATION Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées