The Danish String Quartet, with the four young musicians Rune Sørensen, Frederik Oland (violins), Asbjørn Nørgaard (viola) and Fredrik Sjölin (cello), received this year the Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen Scholarship. The Quartet has studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music with Professor Tim Frederiksen as teacher and mentor and has participated in masterclasses with members of the world's leading quartets. In 2004 The Danish String Quartet was the youngest ensemble ever to win the Danish Radio Chamber Music Competition. Subsequently, the Quartet has won many awards and also received the Jacob Gade's Large Grant in 2005.
Now this talented ensemble of young musicians will come to Budapest were they will perform at the Literary Museum. They will also play a concert at a conference on historical gardens at the Károlyi Mansion, Fehérvársurg, the 1st of June.
Time: The 31st of May at 7.30 p.m.
Venue: The Petöfi Literary Museum ( Károlyi Mihály utca 16, H-1053 Budapest)
Time: The 1st of June at 12.30 a.m.
Venue: The Károlyi Mansion (Petőfi utca 2, Fehérvárcsurgó 8052)