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British Chamber Music scene has seen many highly talented musicians over the years, and the number of those keeps on increasing with time. Among those musicians are four proficiently talent lads who go by the name of Endellion String Quartet. With three Violins and a Cello as their weapons of choice, these four musicians have been captivating audiences not just in Great Britain, but in the rest of the world as well. The quartet has been around for more than three decades now, after being formed in 1979. The group has toured all over the world, and has performed at numerous venues enchanting audiences one performance at a time. The group’s live performances offer an magical experience that takes the audience members into a whole new world of imagination with its renditions of classical works. The group has also released a number of studio recordings as well including string quintets, and quartets by Beethoven. From its remarkable work, the group has also earned an award for the category of Best Chamber Ensemble by the Royal Philharmonic Society. The group’s charismatic stage presence is also one of the many reasons why the patrons of chamber music eagerly await to watch it perform live. And since the quartet celebrates its 34th anniversary, catch it live this season with Endellion String Quartet tickets.
The group’s current 2012-13 season marks its 34th season celebrations. On the completion of its three decades of active contribution to the chamber music, the group also released a box set which included various classics and contemporary works as well as the quartet’s live performances all across China, Europe, Korea and Japan. Endellion String quartet is also the resident quartet at the Cambridge University, and it has been two decades since the group has been doing so. The quartet also gave numerous commemorative performances at the University, celebrating its twenty years at the University as well as the University’s 800th anniversary.
Over the years the group has performed live in various countries including Eire, Portugal, India, Holland, Italy and Spain. Quartet has also been to Canada and USA a number of times, and in future it hopes to increase its number of performances. Some of the recent and upcoming performances of the quartet also include its scheduled performances at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where it will be performing the entire cycle of quartets by Beethoven over the period of ten days. The quartet will also be releasing its interpretation of works of Schubert and Haydn on Warner Classics. Quite recently, the group has also performed at Montreal’s renowned quartet academy called MISQA.
Where ever the quartet heads out to perform live, it totally captivates the audience and receives positive criticism from most of the critics as well. The group has been regularly touring different parts of America, the Middle East, West Europe, Australasia, and Far East countries. The group has been receiving good reviews from all over, and it continues to do so even today whenever it steps out to perform live. As the group is scheduled to hit various venues in America this season, make sure you catch ‘em live with Endellion String Quartet tickets.
The Endellion String Quartet has also been a part of all most all of the major chamber music festivals and series. The group has also made several radio and television appearances, both nationally and internationally. The group has also performed a number of its series in London at the Wigmore Hall as well as the Southbank Centre. The group has also worked with other artists and quartets like Amadeus Quartet, Tabea Zimmerman, Joshua Bell, Steven Isselis, Sir Thomas Allen and Michael Collins. The group has also won the Best Chamber Ensemble Award by the Royal Philharmonic Society back in 1996.