Dorset Museum Music Society

Ruisi Quartet

27 March 2024, 7:30pm

Celebrated for their deeply engaging performances of early repertoire alongside championing progressive new music, the critically acclaimed Ruisi Quartet has established a reputation as a charismatic and expressive young ensemble.

Major works by two of the great masters of string quartet writing alongside fascinating explorations of choral repertoire reimagined for strings.

Programme

  • MONTEVERDI arr Scodanibbio Madrigals Old and New
  • HAYDN String Quartet Op 76 No
  • BRUCKNER Two Motets
  • BRAHMS String Quartet Op 51 No 2 in A minor

“Compelling spontaneity, breathtaking clarity, gloriously poetic and expressive”

– The Strad Magazine, 2023

 


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The Dorset Museum Music Society are fortunate in being able to make use of the Victorian Hall of the Dorset Museum, a unique environment that continues to draw enthusiastic praise from our visiting artists


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Special Exhibition

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Elisabeth Frink: A View from Within

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Community Exhibition

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Awakened by Frink

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Temporary Display

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John Brown in Dorchester: Rebuilding a Life after slavery

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Storytelling

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Come and join us for fun-filled Storytime where you can listen to some amazing tales in our Community Space at the Museum.

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Traditions and Transitions: The Story of the Chettle Grave Group | Sophia Adams

A locally made wine strainer, an old mirror and a blue glass jar perhaps from Cologne. These are just three of the eight artefacts found in 2003, buried together on land within Chettle Park, Dorset.

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