As part of the A French Musical Journey from Couperin to Boulez series at the Institut français, the renowned Psophos Quartet will be performing works by Ravel, Debussy and Chausson on Tuesday 27th March.
The Quartet is comprised of Eric Lacrouts (violin), Laurent Manaud-Pallas (violin), Cécile Grassi (viola) and Guillaume Martigné (cello). Created in 1997 at the Lyon Conservatoire supérieur de musique et de danse, the Psophos Quartet is laureate of the Osaka International Competition and the Vittorio Gui International Competition of Florence and London. They currently perform each year in the greatest music halls and at the most prestigious festivals of the world and are a favoured partner of composers such as Nicolas Bacri and Marc Monnet, regularly performing their new works.
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Four Strings on Four Instruments: Psophos Quartet
8pm, Tuesday 27th March 2012
17 Queensberry Place