The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center welcomes distinguished guests to its regular recitals and today we hear the Borodin Quartet, one of Russia's most famous chamber groups. Their performance of a rarely heard (in this country, at least) quartet by Tchaikovsky is preceded by an early work by Beethoven. The performers include the co-artistic director of the society's concerts, cellist David Finckel.
Beethoven: Trio in B Flat Op.11
David Shifrin (clarinet)
David Finckel (cello)
André-Michel Schub (piano)
Tchaikovsky: String Quartet No.2 in F Major
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