The Berlin ensemble's four musicians reinvent classical music for modern audiences. Their widely acclaimed CDs include tunes by Brahms, Mozart, and Verdi. Runge credits their success to their tight relationship. Its like a marriage, he says. The things we work on are so emotional.
Tonights program includes Anton Weberns Five Pieces and Six Bagatelles, as well as works by Artemis beloved Brahms. We want people to get goose bumps, says Runge. We want to make then shiver, make them happy, make them cry. All emotions.
Fri., Feb. 9, 7:30 p.m.