Special concert experience on March 27, 2023 at Leipzig Opera
We present the newly published first version of Verdi’s string quartet (published by Prof. Dr. Anselm Gerhard, Bern University). It will be set against the second version which has usually been played up to now.
Prof. Dr. Axel Körner (Leipzig University) and Prof. Anselm Gerhard accompany the event with explanatory notes in dialogue with the Vogler Quartet.
In March and summer 2023 we will record the next two quartets (A minor op. 16 and C major op. 61) at Börne Studios in Berlin for our complete Dvořák recording.
Four albums have already been released.
17th Nordhessische Kindermusiktage with the Vogler Quartet are in planning for the period 13–16 June, 2023.
We are happy to realize projects with Kassel school children after two years.
In 2021 and 2022, the days had to be canceled due to the pandemic.
Our concert series at Konzerthaus Berlin is entering its 26h season !
Since 1993/94 we have been able to use a Carte Blanche for our own concert series in the chamber music hall of Berlin Konzerthaus with an annually changing focus and internationally renowned guests who usually support us in two concerts.
In 2022/23 Andra Darzins (viola), Lucas Fels (violoncello) and Caspar Frantz (piano) will performing with us in sextet and quintet programs.
Our dates for the 2022/23 season:
Saturday — December 3, 2022
Saturday — February 4, 2023
Saturday — April 1, 2023
Saturday — May 20, 2023
More information on our concert list:
For all string quartet fans there is now a “String Quartet Quartet”.
32 ensembles were selected for the card game by the VAN online Magazine for Classical Music. We are on!
More information can be found here:
Vol. 4 (2 CDs) of our Dvořák complete recording was published on October 5, 2021.
String Quartets No. 2 in B flat major and No. 5 in F minor op. 9
Trio C major op. 74 for wo violins and viola
Further releases in 2021
Piano Quintet op. 28 (1914) and Piano Quartet op. 31 (1916)
Rarity turns out to be a discovery
Initiator for the recording (at Deutschlandfunk in Cologne in May 2020) is the pianist Oliver Triendl, our longstanding chamber music partner and a proven specialist in finding unknown, often wrongly forgotten repertoire.
The CD was released by Capriccio on 8 January 2021.
The album was nominated for the ICMA 2022.
Grigori Frid: “Phädra” op. 78,1 and Piano Quintet op. 72