Goldmund Quartet 

Description

Counted amongst the most exciting young string quartets, the Goldmund Quartet has with its exquisite playing and multi-faceted homogeneity given convincing interpretations of the great classical and modern works of the string quartet literature for more than a decade now. Their inwardness, unbelievably fine intonation, and phrasing worked out to the smallest detail inspire audiences worldwide.

The Goldmund Quartet has been awarded several prizes and scholarships, the most recent distinctions are the first price along with the price for the best interpretation of the commissioned work at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2018. The Quartet also received the Bavarian Young Artist Award and the Karl-Klinger-Prize during the 2016 ARD International Music Competition Munich. The Jürgen Ponto Foundation has named the Goldmund Quartet as the recipients of their 2020 biennial music bursary. In summer 2019 the quartet received one of the most valuable sponsorships of the Nippon Music Foundation. It provides the Quartet the Paganini Quartet of Antonio Stradivari for four years.

Prizes won

2016, 1st prize, Alice Schoenfeld International String Competition, Harbin, China

2016, Bavarian Young Artist Award and the Karl-Klinger-Prize, ARD International Music Competition, Munich,  Germany

2018, Winner, Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, Melbourne, Australia

ⓒ Gregor Hohenberg
ⓒ Gregor Hohenberg