In autumn 2020, the Pavel Haas Quartet will appear as quests at the Merano Festival, Italy, at the St Wenceslas Music Festival in Ostrava, as well as at the Burg Taggenbrunn, Austria. Gramophone wrote about it: To describe a CD as musically important is to court a certain level of controversy ... but I'll stick my neck out and claim extreme importance for this release. "Music in Review: Pavel Haas Quartet, Weill Recital Hall", Musica Viva Tasmania – A World of Music – Concert 3, Pavel Haas Quartet (11 August 2009), The Old Market announcement, 18 October 2009, "String quartet project III: celestial moments in the afternoon" at Deutsche Welle website, Concert of 20 September 2009 available as mp3 for download, Middlebury Performing Arts Series announcement, 6 November 2009, Houston Friends of Music announcement, 12 November 2009, Music Worcester announcement 18 November 2009, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pavel_Haas_Quartet&oldid=954518571, 2002 establishments in the Czech Republic, CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown, Articles with dead external links from May 2020, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles with dead external links from March 2018, Articles with dead external links from April 2019, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Colin Currie, percussion; Kateřina Gemrotová, second violin, Eva Karová, second violin (Op. Read more.  The performance was recorded by Deutsche Welle and is available for download.. The Pavel Haas Quartet has become its generation's representative of the tradition of great Czech string quartets. The Pavel Haas Quartet was formed in Prague in 2002. 2 from 1944 with special anguish, churning … This is a superb release that deserves not merely to bask in the reflected glory of its predecessor, but to share in it. , In the summer of 2009 the group travelled to Japan performing in Tokyo, Nagoya, and Musashino and recording the two Janáček quartets and the third Haas quartet for NHK television. 2, 7 and 8 will be released in October 2019. 1, Britten's Three Divertimenti, Dvořák's String Quartet Op. Yet their collaboration has continued – Pavel Nikl has been the ensemble’s … The founding members were violinists Veronika Jarůšková and Kateřina Gemrotová, violist Pavel Nikl, and cellist Lukáš Polák, who soon swapped positions with Peter Jarůšek of the Škampa Quartet. 2 and String Quintet No. 2 ("Fifths"), String Quartet No. Performing at the most renowned concert venues around the globe, the PHQ have to date recorded eight critically acclaimed CDs, which have received numerous prestigious awards. 97 (SU 4195–2), that the ensemble recorded with excellent Israeli pianist Boris Giltburg and former member violist Pavel Nikl. 96, B. 3 with Boris Giltburg and their former member, Pavel Nikl, they were awarded their fifth Gramophone Chamber Music Award in 2018. 2, “From the Monkey Mountains”, earned the ensemble their first Gramophone Award. Further highlights early on in their career were the nomination as ECHO Rising Stars in 2007, the participation in the BBC New Generation Artists scheme between 2007-2009 and the Special Ensemble Scholarship the Borletti-Buitoni Trust awarded them in 2010. 1 in B minor, Op. 2 (2009). 106) was proposed by reviewer Jan Smaczny for BBC Radio 3's "CD Review: Building a Library" as his personal top recommendation among rival performances.. The Pavel Haas Quartet records exclusively for Supraphon and their next recording of Shostakovich String Quartets Nos. 106, received the 2011 Gramophone Award in the Chamber category, as well as the most coveted prize of all - Recording of the Year. Real Name: Pavel Haas Quartet. It takes its name from that of Czech composer Pavel Haas, who died in Auschwitz in 1944.