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Miroslav Srnka: Chamber Music

Quatuor Diotima, Wilhem Latchoumia

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The Quatuor Diotima celebrates its 20th anniversary with this album, the first in a series of contemporary composer portraits. The group is accompanied by pianist Wilhem Latchoumia on the programme, dedicated to Czech composer Miroslav Srnka, who studied composition and musicology in Paris, Berlin and Prague. He also worked as a music magazine editor and editor-in-chief of a music publishing house, developing critical editions of Antonín Dvorák, Leoš Janácek and Bohuslav Martinu. Srnka began his relationship with the ensemble during a Janácek recording session and in 2011 invited the quartet to premiere his piece Engrams, included here along with three other works.
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