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Haydn, Piano Trio in A, Hob. XV/18 Dvorák, Piano Quartet No.1 in D, Op.23 Brahms, Piano Quartet No.2 in A, Op.26 Haydn’s A major piano trio, one of his late ‘London trios’, which opens the concert is brilliantly effervescent and joyful. Brahms’s second piano quartet is symphonic in scope; the lyrically expansive first movement leads into a glorious slow movement while the finale hints of wild gypsy abandon. Dvorák also drew on the music of his heritage, alluding to Czech folk music in the finale of his first piano quartet. The concert finishes at approximately 9.25pm NOTE: Gerhard Schulz and Lilia Schulz-Bayrova are unfortunately unable to take part in this concert. However, we are delighted that violinist Liza Fersctman and cellist Adrian Brendel will join pianist Noam Greenberg and violist Guy Ben-Ziony for their UK tour.