Le Dimore del Quartetto


Paola Manfredi, Vanity Fair | September 16 2021
“This statue is more than a commemoration, is a starting point” – told Francesca Moncada di Paternò, President of Dimore del Quartetto – “Many people asked me why Cristina Trivulzio was chosen and not other women. I reply: why not all of them? We have to give back to the people who have done extraordinary things their value in front of society, precisely to present them to the next generation and allow the girls and boys who pass through the streets to ask themselves who these people are and what they have done.”

Grazia Lissi, Il Giorno | June 2020
“We must network, respond together to the needs born during this emergency – says Francesca Moncada, president of Amur, a national committee that brings together and coordinates important Italian concert bodies. […] Enthusiastic and tenacious, a boundless love for chamber music, she is also vice-president of Società del Quartetto di Milano and founder of Le Dimore del Quartetto, Francesca Moncada states that «in our country chamber music is poorly considered, our business is fundamental, we offer concerts throughout the territory, not only in cities. We give the opportunity to appreciate international interpreters and an extraordinary repertoire.”

Roselina Salemi, IoDonna | May 2019
“For Le Dimore del Quartetto, (the quartet) is a virtuous metaphor for diversity, inclusion and shared leadership. This is the idea behind the project Fourismore. «Fourismore has been brought in inside big companies, such as Assicurazioni Generali, law firms, board of directors […] We have received extremely positive feedbacks. The level of attention and the aptitude for listening has changed thanks to this project.”

Claudia Santini, Elle | August 2018
Historic houses + young first-time musicians for a mix of art, circular economy and entertainment more à la page than ever. All in a super engaging made in Italy project.

Chiara Beria di Argentine, La Stampa | December 2017
 “Her 100% Italian project («It has a strongly rooted cultural identity»), exclusively based on private heritage, has interested European Historic Houses Association so much that, in 2018, they asked her to export it in 22 countries of the European Union.”

Daniela Cavini, Sette, Il Corriere della Sera | July 2015
“The historic houses of Italy are opened up for music, and in return the music lends a hand to the landmarks. […] It could be called an economy of direct exchange, and it works miracles.”