Allegro Vivace e Sempre Scherzando from Beethoven, Opus 59, no. 1 | Takács Takács Quartet | TEDxVail

“Beethoven was a risk taker whose printed notes were merely the final expression of a wildly creative imagination. On stage, we may play from printed notes, but we seek to draw out the spontaneity, humor and, above all, the element of surprise that characterize this radical music.”

Takács Quartet – A Grammy award-winning string quartet, Artists-in-Residence at University of Colorado in Boulder, offer an innovative and revealing approach to enhance your experience of classical music with their performance of Allegro Vivace e Sempre Scherzando from Beethoven String Quartet, Opus 59, no. 1.

Edward Dusinberre, violin
Károly Schranz, violin
Geraldine Walther, viola
András Fejér, cello

http://www.takacsquartet.com/

“Beethoven was a risk taker whose printed notes were merely the final expression of a wildly creative imagination. On stage, we may play from printed notes, but we seek to draw out the spontaneity, humor and, above all, the element of surprise that characterize this radical music.”

Takács Quartet – A Grammy award-winning string quartet, Artists-in-Residence at University of Colorado in Boulder, offer an innovative and revealing approach to enhance your experience of classical music with their performance of Allegro Vivace e Sempre Scherzando from Beethoven String Quartet, Opus 59, no. 1.

Edward Dusinberre, violin
Károly Schranz, violin
Geraldine Walther, viola
András Fejér, cello

http://www.takacsquartet.com/

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