The Orava Quartet’s impassioned performance of Tchaikovsky’s First String Quartet – a cornerstone of the repertoire – was one of the highlights of last year’s Australian Festival of Chamber Music. The group that Limelight’s then Editor Clive Paget described as “the most exciting young quartet on the block” also performed alongside long-standing quartet stalwarts, the Goldner Quartet, in a performance of Shostakovich’s Opus 11 Octet. The Orava Quartet seemed to be everywhere in 2017, performing all kinds of...

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