Young musicians make up this classical music group which got together in 2008 and now boasts important international awards. They will perform a dual varied programme with Boccherini as the main feature.
Conde Duque devotes part of its October programme to the Italian composer, Luigi Boccherini, who lived in Madrid for many years. This cycle of three concerts aims to highlight his figure and importance. To kick things off, a prestigious trans-Alpine ensemble: The Lyskamm Quartet.
Cecilia Ziano and Clara Franziska Schötensack, violins, Francesca Piccioni, viola, and Giorgio Casati, chello, are young musicians between the ages of 24 and 30 who make up the group that got together in 2008 at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Milan. Since then, they have received various awards: Vittorio Rimbotti Award from the European Chamber Music (2014) and second prize at the Franz Schubert und die Musik (2015)
The Lyskamm Quartet will offer a dual concert on 20 and 21 October. On the first evening, they will perform works by Boccherini: Quartet op.2 No. 1, G.159 and Quartet op. 32 No. 5, G.205, Haydn: Quartet op. 33 No. 1, and Schubert: Quartet D.703 String Quartet. On the second evening, they will perform pieces by Mozart: Adagio and Fugue K. 546 and Quartet K.387, and Boccherini: Quartet op. 44 No. 4, G.223 La tiranna spagnola and Quartet op. 8 No. 3, G.167.