Ardemus Quartet
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Ardemus Quartet

Power to the People!

“All great art is a form of complaint” – John Cage

It is – and has always been – the responsibility of both composer and musician to reflect on movements in society and react on injustice. Music has the unique power to give warmth to the ones in solitude, light to those in the dark and color to those thinking in black and white. Music can create a community. Music means community!

In this concert the Ardemus Quartet celebrates the music that connected people and motivated them to unite, music that inspired them to speak up and take a stand, music that provided solidarity and gave people hope.

On the program are protest songs from all over the world and music by Ligeti, Shostakovich, Weill and Piazzolla – composers that had a message and the courage to speak it out – through music!


Optional: this program is also available as a staged concert with video and light design.

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