Kryštof Kohout, violin
Luna De Mol, violin
Ami-Louise Johnsson, viola
Kosta Popović, cello
The Fibonacci String Quartet was formed in September 2019 and consists of students of David Takeno (International Chair of Violin Eugène Ysaÿe) and Louise Hopkins at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, UK. It is an international ensemble, bringing together Czech, Belgian, Swedish and Montenegrin nationalities. The quartet is coached and mentored by Krysia Osostowicz, a renowned violinist and chamber musician; a.o. first violinist of the Brodsky String Quartet and the Dante String Quartet and principal violinist of the Endymion Ensemble.
In December 2020 they were admitted to the Netherlands String Quartet Academy, where they study in addition to their course in London. Since their formation they have participated in numerous masterclasses and projects with a.o. Adrian Brendel, the Gould Piano Trio, the Endellion Quartet, The Bozzini Quartet, The Castalian Quartet, the Consone Quartet and members of the Chilingirian Quartet.
In March 2020 they won both 1st prize and audience prize at the Beethoven Competition for Young Musicians in London, competing against international musicians up to 26 years old. Later that same month they also won the 1st prize at the Saint James Chamber Music competition. This prize included a concert at the famous Saint James Piccadilly church in London.
In 2021 they have been selected to join Le Dimore del Quartetto network.
The Fibonacci Quartet is supported by the Talent Unlimited foundation (London) and has been invited to be a part of the “ProQuartet” organisation in Paris.
They regularly perform in the United Kingdom and abroad.
In December of 2021 they won the First Prize at the international Triomphe de l’Art Chamber Music Competition in Brussels, as well as the Peermusic, Hambourg special prize and the International Association Dimitri Chostakovich, Paris special prize.