While Josef Suk may not be well-known to modern audiences, he was directly responsible for our knowledge (and, dare we posit, love) of both Brahms and Dvořák. This performance explores the deep connections and mutual admiration between musicians.
“Brahms… Dvořák… Suk…These three composers crafted some of the most magnificent compositions in the entire chamber music canon, and it is a true testament to the humanity of our art form, and to the intergenerational passing of the torch that these composers possessed such deep respect and admiration of one another.”
- Wu Han, 2019/20 Artistic Advisor
String Quartet No. 1, Op. 11
Sonatina in G Major Op. 100, B. 183
Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, op. 25
David Finckel and Wu Han