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Artist Category: Quartet

Ludwig Quartet

Quatuor Ludwig ©Etienne Charbonnier

Thierry BRODARD, 1st violin Manuel DOUTRELANT, 2nd violin Padrig FAURE, viola Anne COPERY, cello   Founded in 1985 after first brilliantly obtained prizes at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, the Ludwig Quartet integrates the cycle of perfection in string quartet with Bruno Pasquier. He also receives guidance from conductor Sergiu Celibidache and works […]

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Talich Quartet

Quatuor Talich

The Talich Quartet has been evolving as part of a prestigious line of musicians for nearly fifty years, representing Czech musical art throughout the world. For several decades, the Talich Quartet has been recognized internationally as one of the world´s finest string quartets, and as the embodiment of the great Czech musical tradition. The Quartet […]

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Tana String Quartet

Quatuor Tana

Tana invent the quartet of the twenty-first century. The are audacious, pioneers and precursors. Tana foresee the new sounds of the modern string quartet. Recognised by The Guardian as “impeccable players”, the quartet is recipient of an array of international awards, from the Pro Quartet – CEMC foundation in Paris, the Verbier Festival Academy and […]

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Carducci Quartet

Quatuor Carducci

Winners of international competitions, including the Concert Artists Guild International Competition 2007 and Finland’s Kuhmo International Chamber Music Competition,the Anglo-Irish quartet has appeared at prestigious venues across the globe including the Wigmore Hall, London; National Concert Hall, Dublin; Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen; Carnegie Hall, New York and Library of Congress and John F Kennedy Center, […]

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Spiritango Quartet

Quatuor Spiritango

Energy, harmony, enthusiasm and creativity: four words describing the essence of the SpiriTango Quartet. In seven years of existence, they have explored a vast and varied repertoire mixing traditional tango, tango nuevo, contemporary music and creations. After studying at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris with Ami Flammer and Jean-Noel Crocq in 2013, they […]

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Pražák Quartet

Quatuor Prazak

The Pražák Quartet was formed during the studies at the Prague Conservatory of its various members (1974-78). In 1978, the Quartet won First Prize at the Evian International Competition and the Prague Spring Festival Prize the following year. Its members then decide to devote themselves entirely to a career of quartet players. They worked at […]

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Elysee Quartet

Quatuor Elysée

The Quatuor Elysée was founded in 1995 by former members of two quartets, each of whom won the Grand Prix at the Evian International Competition: the Anton and Ysaye Quartets. The unique aspect of the Elysee Quartet lies in the confrontation and assimilation of two different schools: the French school and the prestigious Russian school. […]

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Fine Arts Quartet

Fine Arts Quartet

The Fine Arts Quartet, “one of the most golden names in chamber music” (Washington P ost), is one of the most prominent ensembles of chamber music, with an illustrious history of success and a legacy of more than 200 recorded works. Founded in Chicago in 1946, the Quartet is one of the few elites to […]

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SWINGIN’ Partout

Swingin Partout

In almost 10 years and not far from 800 performances, from Paris (Fr) to Geneva (Ch), from Maastricht (Nl) to Aachen (De) via Brussels (Be), the SWINGIN ‘Partout has forged an unbeatable The reputation of chauffeur of theaters, appealing to all ages, all genres, all cultures and all classes of an audience that is both […]

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