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Returning to Melbourne Festival after its acclaimed debut last year, the Orava Quartet continues to astonish with its powerhouse performances. Music by Haydn, Shostakovich and Australian composer Ross Edwards shines in the hands of this exceptional young quartet.
Praised by the Sydney Morning Herald for their 'warmth of sound, sublime inner-voicing and spontaneity,’ The Orava String Quartet is emerging as one of Australia's most exciting chamber music ensembles.
Founded in 2007, The Orava String Quartet consists of brothers Daniel Kowalik (violin), Karol Kowalik (cello), and completed by David Dalseno (violin) and Thomas Chawner (viola).
Haydn String quartet No 33 Op 33 No 6
Ross Edwards String quartet No 3 summer dances
Shostakovich String quartet No 6
Featured non-Australian music: Haydn, Shostakovich
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Featured Australian Works
|String quartet no. 3 : Summer dances : string quartet (2012) by Ross Edwards|
— performed by Orava Quartet
- Performer Orava Quartet
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