The Huberman Quartet
Yehonatan Berik – violin
Guy Braunstein – violin
Gilad Karni – viola
Zvi Plesser - cello
DVORAK: Quartet No. 13 in G Major Op. 106 / String Quartet No. 13 in Gmajor Op.106
  1. Allegro moderato 09:15
  2. Adagio ma non troppo 11:59
  3. Molto vivace 06:00
  4. Finale: Andante sostenuto - Allegro con fuoco 10:10

Leos Janacek (1854-1928) : String Quartet no. 1 After Lev Tolstoy's "The Kreutzer Sonata"

  1. Adagio con moto 04:07
  2. Con moto 04:04
  3. Con moto - Vivace - Andante - Tempo I 04:17
  4. Con moto 05:22

Gideon Klein (1916-1945) : Fantasy and Fugue

  1. Fantasy 03:35
  2. Fugue 03:41
From the CD booklet:
The Huberman String Quartet was founded in 1996 on an initiative of the Jerusalem Music Centre, where it acts as Ensemble-in-Residence. Born in Israel, all four musicians are graduates of the Young Musicians’ Group of the Jerusalem Music Centre, and each one of them has won the America-Israel Cultural Foundation’s prestigious Scholarships, as well as major Israeli awards and honorariums. All four musicians pursue their individual careers in Israel and abroad. The violinists share first and second violin positions.
The Huberman Quartet held its debut in 1997 at the Tel-Aviv Performing Arts Centre. Since then, they performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the Louvre Museum in Paris, in the celebrated Schneider Series at New York’s New School, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Laplande Festival in Sweden, and the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival, as well as in concerts throughout Israel, Europe and the USA.
© A production of the Jerusalem Music Centre
Recorded at the Jerusalem Music Centre in 1998.
Producer: Abraham Gat
Tone Master: Vadim Beili
Editing: Ilia Beck
Booklet Notes: Yossi Schiffmann
Art Director: Gill Lenox Hochstadt