Date(s) - 30/Jun/2017
Attila Falvay, 1st violin; Ferenc Bangó, 2nd violin; János Féjervári, viola; György Éder, cello
In association with Consulate General of Hungary, Mumbai
In a programme of Haydn: String quartet in G major Op. 54 No. 1 ; Janacek: String quartet No. 2 (Intimate Letters) and Schubert: String quartet D 810 (Death and the Maiden)
The Kodály quartet was founded in 1966 by students of the Ferenc Liszt Academy, and named after the Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály since 1972. They are the ambassadors of Hungarian string quartet culture, both nationally and internationally. They have toured the world and have recorded the complete Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert quartets, among others. Their records have met critical applause worldwide and the current members have re-recorded both string quartets by Kodály in 2014.