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Langbein String Quartet

The Langbein String Quartet was established by the Firm in 2000 in recognition of the late Brenton Langbein, violinist of international repute, friend and mentor to many South Australian composers and musicians, and a composer whose works are just beginning to be appreciated. Establishing and continuing this ensemble is also an acknowledgement of the leading players from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra with whom the Firm has been privileged to work. Since 2000, the Langbein String Quartet has performed in 21 Firm concerts.

The Players of the Quartet

2002 – present:

Michael Milton, 1st violin (Lachlan Bramble, Graeme Norris, each one concert);

Hilary Bruer, Minas Berberyan, Lachlan Bramble, Michael Milton, Margaret Blades, Belinda Gehlert, Emma Perkins, Christopher Moore, 2nd violin;

Rosi McGowan, viola; David Sharp, cello.

2000 – 2002:

Nicholas Milton, 1st violin; Michael Milton, 2nd violin;

Juris Ezergailis, viola; Sarah Denbigh, cello.


Marienbad, ca. 1855

Oct 5th 2015
Nov 3rd 2014
Oct 22nd 2012
Nov 7th 2011
Jun 22nd 2009
Nov 30th 2009
Mar 11th 2007
Oct 1st 2007
Nov 20th 2006
Oct 10th 2005
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Dec 13th 2004
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Oct 14th 2002
Jun 5th 2001
Aug 27th 2001
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Oct 23rd 2000
Baden-Baden, ca. 1900
Ferdinandstrasse, Marienbad, ca. 1900
Marienbad Park, ca. 1900