Doric String Quartet

Promoted by Leeds International Concert Season

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Entry£5-£22
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One of the most celebrated young string quartets of our day performs three core works from the string quartet repertoire, opening with the father of the string quartet, Josef 'Papa' Haydn, whose Op. 33, dedicated to the Russian Grand Duke Paul, represents the late eighteenth-century quartet at its apogee.

J. Haydn (1732-1809) Quartet Op. 33, No. 1
B. Britten (1913-1976) Quartet No. 3
L. v. Beethoven (1770-1827) Quartet Op. 131

Doric String Quartet
Alex Redington, Violin
Ying Xue, Violin
Hélène Clément, Viola
John Myerscough, Cello

This is complemented by Benjamin Britten's last major instrumental work, the Op. 94 quartet in G - containing several quotations from the composer's Death in Venice - which was premiered two weeks after the composer’s death in 1976.

Beethoven's Op. 14 quartet, his second to last is said to have been his favourite of them all. A performance of this quartet stunned no less a peer than the young Franz Schubert, who remarked afterwards, "after this, what is left for us to write?"

Book by telephone

Box Office: 0113 376 0318

The booking line is open from 10:00AM to 6:00PM Monday to Saturday.

Please note that a 6% booking fee will apply per ticket.

Book in person or by post

City Centre Box Office, Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AD

The Box Office is open to personal callers from 10:00AM to 6:00PM Monday - Saturday.

Provision for disabilities

Wheelchair access
The Venue has full wheelchair access, as well as wheelchair accessible toilet facilities.


Hearing loop
The Venue is fitted with an infrared audio system. Patrons can independently control the level of volume required from their seat by using a headset.


Guide dogs
Guide dogs are admitted to both venues.

Concessions

Discounted tickets are available for selected performances for students, over 60s, unwaged and under 18s. Please check with the City Centre Box Office for discounts applicable to your chosen concert.

For Leeds International Concert Season events patrons with disabilities and their essential carers may obtain two tickets for the price of one via the Essential Carer Scheme. Relevant documentation must be produced to prove eligibility for the scheme.

For further information and to apply, please contact the Box Office on 0113 376 0318 and a form can be posted out to you. Unfortunately our online sales software does not currently support the option to purchase discounted tickets online.

Our online sales software does not currently support the option to choose wheelchair spaces, however, the City Centre Box Office will be happy to advise you on seating options. Please call 0113 376 0318.

Special offers

Only one offer applies to any one ticket, subject to availability, and must be requested at the time of purchase.

No refund on pre-booked tickets will be made on the announcement of a special offer that advertises tickets at a lower price.

For special offers please email, telephone or visit the box office in person. 

Exchanges

Ticket exchanges can be made for a flat fee of £1. Tickets must be returned to the Box Office at least 24 hours before the performance. 

Late arrivals

We will do everything possible to assist you if you arrive late for a performance or after an interval but, so as not to disturb the enjoyment of fellow audience members, you may have to wait until a suitable break in the performance.

Occasionally it may not be possible to enter once a performance has started. 

The Venue
Entry£5-£22
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