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    Quatuor Ebène
    Mathieu Herzog | viola 
    Bruno Delepelaire | cello 

    The Quatuor Ebène is in fine company for Strauss and Schubert.

    Photo du Quatuor Ebène © Julien Mignot
    Quatuor Ebène © Julien Mignot
    Photo de Mathieu Herzog - Droits réservés
    Mathieu Herzog - Droits réservés
    Photo de Bruno Delepaire - Droits réservés
    Bruno Delepaire - Droits réservés

    Strauss Sextet for two violins, two violas and two cellos (Prelude to Capriccio)
    Schubert String quintet for two cellos Op. posth. 163 D. 956 

    EIn addition to Mathieu Herzog, their former viola player who is now a conductor, they will be joined by Bruno Delepelaire, a former associate of Marie Chilemme in the Quatuor Cavatine and now a member of the Berlin Philharmoniker. The Quatuor Ebène will therefore be able to tug at the heartstrings with Strauss, whose last opera opens with a sextet suffused with nostalgia. This will be followed by Schubert’s great Quintet in C, which despite its highly distinctive touches of chiaroscuro does not seem to hint at the imminent demise of its composer. A near sublime hour of music ranging from a swansong to a celebration of life.    

    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production | Théâtre des Champs-Elysées