Good things come in 4’s: The Kukal Quartet

Kukal Quartet

Chamber music is a vital part of Czech musical traditions, and on this episode of the Faces of Czech Music, we sat down with four talented and bright young musicians who are adding their take on this classical genre. Together, Eliška Kukalová, Klára Lešková, Daniel Macho, and Filip Rufer form the Kukal Quartet, named after contemporary Czech composer, Ondřej Kukal (Eliška´s father). In this conversation, we speak with the foursome about how they work together, the skills they each bring to the ensemble, and why playing with four is better than performing solo.

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