Schubert Quartet in G minor D173
Mendelssohn Quartet in A minor Op.13
Brahms Quartet in B flat Op.67

Emotion recollected in tranquility. When the great Romantics distilled their dreams and longings into the concentrated essence of the string quartet, those feelings only got stronger – and sweeter. Schubert and Mendelssohn wrote exactly the music you’d expect from a pair of teenage geniuses: passionate, impulsive and packed with emotions that they simply couldn’t keep to themselves.

Brahms was older and wiser – but his spirit burned just as brightly. Expect musical jokes, quickfire wit, and – above all – deep, tender wisdom and warmth as the Coull Quartet plays his gorgeous Third Quartet.