András Keller once said: “We have been given this wonderful thing to have a Bartók. […] Bartók is both Hungarian and European. Both East and West which is exactly who we are. It’s us. Our country, our homeland. Not just because of our geographical position, our location. Here everything revolves between these two poles. […] I want to achieve […] that they discover the infinite nobility that is present in his music. I took his music everywhere to enable others to understand it better.” And he still keeps taking it everywhere. On the 21st of March, Eger’s audience will not be left without Bartók's work, as in addition to Haydn and Tchaikovsky, the 3rd string quartet of the Hungarian composer will be performed by the Keller Quartet.