Torino / Thursday 9 September 2021

Chiesa della Madonna di Loreto / at 09:00 PM


In 1892 Dvorak was invited to direct the National Conservatory of Music in New York, where he discovered America. Inspired by
what he heard there, he concocted a future for the string quartet, a format invented by Haydn more than a century earlier.

Franz Joseph Haydn Quartet in D major Op. 20 No. 4, Hob. III No. 34 The Sun Quartet Antonín Dvořák Quartetto in fa maggiore op. 96 “Americano”

Albion Quartet

Tamsin Waley-Cohen, violin
Emma Parker, violin
Ann Beilby, viola
Nathaniel Boyd, cello

Free admission, seating capacity: 140
Tickets for 40 seats distributed beginning 45 minutes prior to showtime

Download the libretto

by Pietro Mussino