PROTEAN QUARTET, SWITZERLAND

Javier Aguilar Bruno, violinEdi Kotler, violinRicardo Gil Sanchez, viola Clara Rada Gomez, cello The Protean Quartet was born in 2018 in Basel. It takes its name from “Proteus”, the Greek deity of the sea, which in turn is the etymological origin of the noun “proteo” and “protean” as the inherent quality[…]

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TRIO QUODLIBET, ITALY

Vittorio Sebeglia, violinVirginia Luca, violaFabio Fausone, cello The Trio Quodlibet, despite being a young ensemble, can count concerts and collaborations with high-level national and international music festivals. The “Concerts of the Quirinale” in Rome (live on national radio programmes RaiRadio3 and Rai Quirinale), Unione Musicale di Torino, Società del Quartetto,[…]

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TRIO RIGAMONTI, ITALY

MIRIAM RIGAMONTI, PIANOMARIELLA RIGAMONTI, VIOLINEMANUELE RIGAMONTI, CELLO The creation of Trio Rigamonti stemmed from the desire of the three siblings Miriam, Mariella, and Emanuele to dedicate their lives to chamber music and to share with others their sensitivity and their mutual complicity, which goes beyond their professional relationship. In 2022[…]

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RUISI QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Alessandro Ruisi, violinOliver Cave, violinLuba Tunnicliffe, violaMax Ruisi, cello Celebrated for their deeply engaging performances of early repertoire alongside championing progressive new music, the critically-acclaimed Ruisi Quartet has established a reputation as a charismatic and expressive young ensemble.Winners of the Royal Philharmonic Society award for Young String Players, the quartet[…]

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