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|Larking about: the Danish String Quartet play Haydn, Nielsen and Mendelssohn|
|Sometimes music is a more effective transporter than the London Underground. This was certainly the case this Tuesday, when closures on the Piccadilly line resulted in me cycling at breakneck speed half-way across London to hear the Danish String Quartet playing in what I imagined to be a regular, run-of-the-mill, wear-what-you-like-as-long-as-it’s-corduroy concert at the Cadogan Hall. Upon arrival, having recovered my breath and wiped the sweat from my brows, however, I discovered that the audience consisted mainly of glamorous women and men in impeccable suits.|
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