For chamber music at its finest, see the Grammy-winning Takàcs Quartet live in concert. They've performed in all the world's major concert halls since their founding in Hungary in 1975. Their many acclaimed albums include a three-disc set of the complete Beethoven string quartets, which won them a Grammy in 2002 and stands as the definitive recording of these major works. In 2012, they became the first string quartet named to the Gramophone
Hall of Fame, joining such legendary figures as Jascha Heifetz and Leonard Bernstein. In this concert, they'll play Mozart's String Quartet K458, Janacek's String Quartet No. 2 and Dvorak's Bass Quintet Op. 77. For the final work, they'll be joined by Houston's own Timothy Pitts, a Rice University professor who also served as principal bass for the Houston Symphony for 17 years.
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