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Brodsky Quartet: Daniel‘s announcement

Dear friends,


After 12 happy years as first violinist of the Brodsky Quartet I feel the moment has come to make more time for my individual musical adventures, and I’ll be playing my last Brodsky concert in May. 


The first concert I played with Ian, Paul and Jacky was an all Elgar programme at lovely Champs Hill in May 2007, and it seems fitting that the last will be also all-Elgar, in Malvern on May 2nd.  We have shared many unforgettable musical moments that I will always cherish: the many Shostakowitch cycles in Bologna, Sydney, Oaxaca, Amsterdam, Glasgow and on 5 remote islands in the Norwegian arctic circle, the crazy complete Zemlinsky recordings, het Prinsengrachtconcert and very recently the late Beethoven cycle, to be released later this year.  And all the tours to far flung places, with quite a few memorably spirited and warm-hearted dinners  🙂  Thank you dear Ian, Paul and Jacky for the many moments of inspiration and complicity!


Now I’m truly excited about the next chapter, with a little more time for all my musical adventures, be they solo, chamber, working with my dear friends, festivals, collaborating with composers, and my Stift Festival. I’m looking forward to the exciting upcoming concerts and projects and to the new encounters, collaborations, challenges and shared  musical madness & fun that lie ahead. ✨

Hope to see you soon, somewhere, along the way! 





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