Notos Quartet
Brahms: alla Zingarese

"Hungarian Treasures" is what the Berlin-based Notos Quartet has called its debut CD – and it includes the first recording of the spirited piano quartet by 17-year-old Béla Bartók, long considered lost. The multi-award-winning ensemble presents two more such youthful, passionate works with a Hungarian twist: the quartet movement by 16-year-old Gustav Mahler, also influenced by Slavic composers, and the popular First Piano Quartet by Johannes Brahms with its fiery "Rondo alla Zingarese" finale.

Concert introduction: Musical Sunday on Sunday, April 7, 11:00 at the DAI Heidelberg

The concert will be recorded by SWR Kultur and broadcast on April 17 at 1:05 p.m. as a lunchtime concert.

Notos Quartet

Piano quartet

Sindri Lederer

Andrea Burger

Philip Graham

Antonia Köster

Gustav Mahler
Piano quartet movement in A minor

Béla Bartók
Piano Quartet in C minor op. 20

Johannes Brahms
Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor op. 25

The concert will be recorded by