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2020
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Quatuor Danel feature on Guardian ‘must-see in lockdown’ list

String quartet Quatuor Danel, artist in residence at The University of Manchester’s Martin Harris Centre, has featured on The Guardian’s pick of the best music to listen to at home.

Music lovers are turning to the radio, the TV, their personal collections and streaming services for their classical fix in lockdown, so Guardian critics are pointing out the performances that shouldn’t be missed while concert halls and venues remain closed.

Quatuor Danel is celebrating 15 seasons of residency at the Martin Harris Centre, where they have been delighting audiences for years with performances by the greats, as well as pieces composed especially for them.

The Guardian’s Rhian Evans alights on their Austrian programme featuring Mozart’s Adagio and Fugue, K546, as a must-listen right now. The performance also includes Neuwirth's Hadal Akroate, Haydns Op 20, No 5 and Beethoven’s Op 132.

Music lovers can experience this ‘highly focused and intense performance’ via the Philharmonie de Paris website now.

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