Richard Beaudoin

Posted on March 20th, 2010 by


 

We have just spent a fascinating and moving week working with the young American composer, Richard Beaudoin. Richard has written a whole series of Quartets which are rooted in one performance of a Chopin Prelude. But it is not necessary to know this to enjoy the beauty of his writing.

 Here is the third of them, recorded at Wilton’s on the 18th March. (World Premiere)

 Beaudoin-Kertesz Distortion

Kreutzer Quartet (PSS, Mihailo Trandafilovski, Morgan Goff, Neil Heyde)

Recording courtesy of Colin Still (Optic Nerve) www.opticnerve.co.uk

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