Join the Eybler Quartet in a concert of Asplmayr, Vanhal and the newly discovered work of the 19th century Peruvian composer Pedro Ximenes Abril Tirado. Works include Vanhal Quartet in B flat, Op. 6 no. 6, Asplmayr Quartet in C major Op. 2 no. 5 and Tirado’s Cuarteto Op. 55. Doors open at 6:00 music begins at 6:15. As a special treat, Karin Cuellar, a doctoral candidate at McGill who researches the performance practice of the music of Pedro Ximenes Abril Tirado in its political, cultural and historical contexts, will join us to offer her unique insights into his music.
The Americas Society and Council of the Americas present the Eybler Quartet in a concert of Beethoven and the newly discovered work of the 19th century Peruvian composer Pedro Ximenes Abril Tirado. Works include Beethoven’s String Quartet Op. 18 no. 5 in A major and Ximenes-Tirado’s Cuarteto Op. 55.
Ottawa Chamberfest presents the Eybler Quartet. Works to include Johann Baptist Vanhal’s Quartet Op. 6, no. 4 in G major, Franz Asplmayr’s Quartet Op. 2, no. 6 in E-flat major, Joseph Haydn’s Quartet Op. 54, no. 1 in G major and Paul Wiancko’s Ode on a Broken Loom (2019).
Ottawa Chamberfest presents a mixed program of New Music featuring the Eybler Quartet, the Singer and Fischer Duo and Emili Losier, Carissa Klopoushak, Paul Marleyn and Frédéric Lacroix. Works by Martin Wettstein, Kelly-Marie Murphy, Eldon Rathburn and Cris Derksen’s White Man’s Cattle (2018), performed by the Eybler Quartet.
The Banff Centre presents the Eybler, Parker and Bozzini Quartets. The concert features Ludwig van Beethoven’s Quartet Op. 18, no. 5 in A major, performed by the Eybler Quartet; Ana Sokolovic’s Commedia dell’arte III and the world premiere of Michael Oesterle’s String Quartet no. 4 (2019), performed by the Bozzini Quartet; and Franz Schubert’s Quintet in C major, D. 956, performed by the Parker Quartet with guest ‘cellist Paul Wiancko.
The Banff Centre presents the Eybler, Zeehelden, and Bergamot Quartets, as well as Quartet121 and ‘cellist Leah Plave. The concert features the world premiere of Paul Wiancko’s Ode on a Broken Loom (2019), performed by the Eybler Quartet; the world premiere of Njo Kong Kie’s Amplify HK performed by Quartet121; Joseph Haydn’s Quartet Op. 76, no. 4 in B-flat major, performed by the Zeehelden Quartet; the world premiere of Yoav Chorev’s Sham Yesh performed by the Bergamot Quartet; and Zosha di Castri’s Annsi de Suite featuring ‘cellist Leah Plave.
The Banff Centre presents the Eybler, Parker and JACK Quartets. The concert features Joseph Haydn’s Quartet Op. 54, no. 1 in G major, performed by the Eybler Quartet; the world premiere of Natacha Diels’ Beautiful Trouble, performed by the JACK Quartet; and György Kurtág’s Officium Breve, Op. 28 (1989) and Six Moments Musicaux (2005) performed by the Parker Quartet.
The Banff Centre presents the Eybler, Parker and JACK Quartets. The concert features Johann Baptist Vanhal’s Quartet Op. 6, no. 4 in G major, Franz Asplmayr’s Quartet Op. 2, no. 6 in E-flat major (performed by the Eybler Quartet); UNDERROOM (2018) by Sabrina Schroder (performed by the JACK Quartet); and Karol Szymanowski’s String Quartet No. 2, Op. 56 (1927) performed by the Parker Quartet.
Burdock Music Hall
Join the Eybler Quartet as they release the second volume of Beethoven Op. 18 quartets, offer a peek at their next recording and perform the Toronto premiere of the piece Cris Derksen wrote for them last summer ”white mans cattle”
Heliconian Club, Toronto, ON
Join the Eybler Quartet for a special Easter Monday afternoon performance of Joseph Haydn’s Opus 54 quartets in their entirety. The quartets are often called the “Tost Quartets” after the Esterházy violinist Johann Tost, who actively popularized the works during Haydn’s lifetime, but were composed free of any restrictions as to dedicatee.
Silver Spire United Church, St. Catharines, ON
Classical composers wrote music for a host of circumstances. Often for the open market, sometimes with an individual performer in mind and in other moments to the specification of a commission. Join the Eybler Quartet as they continue their exploration of the birth and development of the string quartet. “There is no denying the Eyblers’ verve and delicacy of touch ...” – The Times of London.
Heliconian Club, Toronto, ON
While neither Mozart nor Beethoven was aware that they were close to their end, we see these as late works from each composer. Italian clarinettist Tindaro Capuano joins the Eyblers for their Toronto Season finale, featuring late works of Mozart and Beethoven. Mozart’s sublime Clarinet Quintet will be paired with Beethoven’s incredible String Quartet in B flat major, op. 130.
Silver Spire United Church, Saint Catharines, ON
Join the Eybler Quartet on a fascinating journey of the first 50 years of the string quartet. From the rarely heard but pioneering voice of Franz Asplmayr (colleague of Mozart & Haydn), to the beguiling voice of Mozart himself, and concluding with the visionary expression of Beethoven in his late period, we lead you to a bold new frontier of music.
Heliconian Club, Toronto, ON
Join the Eybler quartet as they continue to develop a relationship with their new best friend, the early quartet composer Franz Asplmayr! Another early work, one of Haydn’s op. 20 quartets dating from just a few years later, is balanced by the work of the kid - Mozart’s Quartet in A major, K. 464!
Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, BC
Toronto’s Eybler Quartet brings to life the relatively obscure music of Vanhal and Asplmayr, early apostles of this genre, and trace a line to the treasured works of Haydn and Beethoven that became the backbone of the string quartet repertoire for generations to come.
Pre-Concert talk at 6:45