Richard Bratby

The miracle of watching a great string quartet perform

The Takacs Quartet delivered precision plus expression plus absolute naturalness and ease at their latest Wigmore Hall recital

Edward Dusinberre, Harumi Rhodes, Richard O’Neill and Andras Fejer: members of the Takacs Quartet, which most aficionados agree is the finest string quartet now performing anywhere in the world. Photo: Amanda Tipton

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