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Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor 10pm - 1am
20 February 2019, 17:31
Prepare to feel completely inadequate: this string quartet are all aged between 6 and 10 years old, and they can knock out a mean Bach concerto.
Ah, the mature and refined work of J.S. Bach. Something to be attempted when you’ve got some life experience, right? Well… no.
Look at this quartet (they’re called the Joyous String Ensemble for crying out loud) absolutely nailing Bach’s violin concerto in A minor like seasoned professionals.
Oh, and they can play Czárdás, too:
If you’re now feeling exceptionally jealous of their prodigious talent, just also be aware that the cellist also has a singing career on Chinese TV.