Music review: Pavel Haas Quartet, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

THE AUDIENCE were treated to a varied programme at Monday night’s concert, from Arvo Part’s transcendental sparseness, to the fraught excitement of Bartok, and to Schubert’s heart-wrenching lyricism. Opening with Part’s Fratres arranged for string quartet, the Pavel Haas Quartet had no difficulty in evoking the atmosphere of reflection that this plainchant-inspired piece asks for. Read the full review on The Herald.

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