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About Windermere String Quartet:
The Windermere String Quartet was formed in the spring of 2005 to perform the music of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert and their contemporaries on period instruments, as well as new works inspired by the Classical period. The Quartet is known for its dynamic performances and distinctive sound. Its members are well known to audiences as performers with leading period instrument ensembles throughout Canada and the U.S. Between them they have performed with  Tafelmusik, Toronto Consort, Aradia,  Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra (San Francisco), Aston Magna (New York), and many others. Along with their wealth of experience in Baroque and Classical styles, the members of the Windermere String Quartet have a wide range of musical tastes and have also been acclaimed for their performances with such groups as Sinfonia Toronto and Talisker Players and Klezmer music with the ensemble HuTsaTsa. These eclectic interests bring a freshness and passionate spontaneity to their performances.

Concert spirituel



The Windermere String Quartet, on period instruments, performs Schubert’s dramatic Quartettsatz in C minor, D 703, and two rarely heard gems: Haydn’s Quartet in D minor, Op. 103 (unfinished; two movements) and Carl Loewe’s Quatuor Spirituel in C minor.

Rona Goldensher and Elizabeth Loewen Andrews (violins), Anthony Rapoport (viola) and Laura Jones (cello).

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