BARBICAN QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Amarins Wierdsma, violinKate Maloney, violinChristoph Slenczka, violaYoanna Prodanova, cello “Finely structured and virtuosically balanced […] the Barbicans brought to Beethoven’s op. 59. 2 the intensity and instinctiveness that the slow movement needs, while giving the other movements joy, frenzy and punch. Justifiably thunderous applause.“— Harald Eggebrecht, Süddeutsche Zeitung (on the finale[…]

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BEHN QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Laura Lunansky, violinAlicia Berendse, violinAna Teresa de Braga e Alves, violaGhislaine McMullin, cello The Behn Quartet is formed of players from New Zealand, the Netherlands, England and Portugal. Winners of the Orlando International Chamber Music Competition, they are currently an Associate Ensemble at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and previously held the[…]

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CONSONE QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Agata Daraskaite, violinMagdalena Loth-Hill, violinElitsa Bogdanova, violaGeorge Ross, cello The first period instrument quartet to be selected as BBC New Generation Artists, the Consone Quartet are fast making a name for themselves with their honest and expressive interpretations of classical and early romantic repertoire. Their debut CD (released in 2018[…]

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CYGNUS TRIO, UNITED KINGDOM

César Saura, piano Javier Montañana, violin Hannah Lewis, cello The Cygnus Trio illustrates the capacity of music and musicianship to transcend physical and geographical boundaries, with twin homes in Valencia and London. In Valencia, Javier Montañana and César Saura initially studied together and formed a duo, before enrolling at the[…]

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DE BEAUVOIR PIANO TRIO, UNITED KINGDOM

Enyuan Khong, violinCharlotte Kaslin, celloÉlisabeth Pion, piano The De Beauvoir Piano Trio is a prize-winning ensemble formed by violinist Enyuan Khong, cellist Charlotte Kaslin and pianist Élisabeth Pion. The Trio seeks to amplify marginalised voices, and to create a new narrative of classical and contemporary music-making. They have most recently[…]

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ECHÉA QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Aliayta Foon-Dancoes, violinRosa Hartley, violinDave Shaw, violaEliza Millett, cello First prize-winners of the 2021 Royal-Overseas League Chamber Music Competition and of the Philharmonie de Paris’s 2020 String Quartet Biennale ‘Tremplin’, the Echéa Quartet are swiftly establishing themselves as an international quartet.  Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2017,[…]

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FIBONACCI QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Kryštof Kohout, violin Luna De Mol, violinElliot Kempton, violaKosta 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[…]

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FITZROY QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Luke Hsu, violin Laura Custodio Sabas, violin Emily Pond, viola Michael Newman, cello Winner of the Beethoven Prize at the 2nd International Beethoven Chamber Music Competition in 2017, the Fitzroy Quartet was formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2014. They are currently ‘Associate Ensemble’ at the Royal Birmingham[…]

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JUBILEE QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Tereza Privratska, violin Julia Loucks, violin Lorena Cantó Woltèche, viola Toby White, cello Originally formed in 2006, the Jubilee Quartet now exists as a collection of four musicians from across the globe. Although the group is based in London, each member brings his or her unique sense of cultural identity,[…]

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KLEIO QUARTET, UNITED KINGDOM

Yume Fujise, violin Katherine Yoon, violin Jenny Lewisohn, viola Eliza Millet, cello The Kleio Quartet was formed at the Seiji Ozawa International Chamber Academy in 2019. They have performed in major international venues such as Wigmore Hall, Victoria Hall, Cadogan Hall, Royal Festival Hall, the DR Koncerthuset and many others.[…]

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