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The Fibonacci Quartet are one of Europe's leading young string quartets, regularly performing at venues such as Wigmore Hall, Auditorio Sony, Conway Hall, and Museo del Violino, Cremona.

Formed at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the Quartet are a Resident Ensemble at the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid with former Alban Berg Quartet leader Guenter Pichler and at the Dutch String Quartet Academy in Amsterdam with Marc Danel of the Danel Quartet. They have received mentoring from Quartetto di Cremona at the Stauffer Centre and have been privileged to work closely with Eberhard Feltz.

They have received awards including First Prize in the Royal Overseas League International Chamber Music Competition, First Prize in the Cavatina Chamber Music Competition, First Prize in the International Triomphe de l’Art Competition in Belgium, The Kirckman Society Award, Audience Prize at the Schiermonikoog Festival and the Special Prize of the Shostakovich Association in Paris. The Quartet also received the Peermusik Hamburg Prize and First Prize and Audience Prize at the International Beethoven Competition in London.

The Quartet frequently perform in association with ProQuartet in France and Dimore del Quartetto in Italy and tour around the UK in their capacity as Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artists. They have been mentored by members of the Brodsky, Endellion, Belcea, Chilingirian, Castalian, Bozzini, and Consone Quartets as well as Robert Levin, Gary Hoffman, Alasdair Tait, and Adrian Brendel.

Additionally, the Quartet regularly give radio and television broadcasts including on Dutch National Television and BBC Radio 3. They were privileged to work closely with Kaija Saariaho on a new recording of ‘Terra Memoria’ made at the Barbican as part of the BBC Total Immersion series.

 

The Fibonacci Quartet are generously supported by the Escuela Reina Sofia, the Hattori Foundation, Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre (Paris) and Talent Unlimited.

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