The Argyll String Quartet

Four of Scotland’s young professional musicians make up the Argyll String Quartet, founded in 2009 whilst its members were studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. The Quartet has performed all over Scotland and has broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland. In 2012 they were the Resident String Quartet at the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, performing a series of recitals across the city. In 2012 they were Highly Commended in the Mabel Glover String Quartet Competition and were finalists in the Governor’s Chamber Music Prize in the same year. The Argyll String Quartet has received coaching from some of the world’s leading chamber musicians, notably the Brodksy String Quartet and Peter Manning of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. For five years they were mentored by Tamas Fejes, Assistant Leader of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and First Violin with the Fejes Quartet. All highly accomplished solo and orchestral performers, each member of the Argyll String Quartet has been taught by many of Europe’s leading soloists and teachers including Nicola Benedetti, Ilya Gringolts and Igor Ozim.


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