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The Quatuor Elysée was founded in 1995 by former members of two quartets that had each won the Grand Prix of the Evian Concours International, the Quatuors Anton and Ysaÿe. The unique feature of the Quatuor Elysée lies in its assimilation of two different traditions, that of the Amadeus Quartet and Vienna and the distinguished Russian school (the viola-player and cellist having worked with the Borodin Quartet). The quartet has appeared throughout Europe, in America and in Asia, with performances in France at festivals such as the Festival de l’Orangerie de Sceaux, the Festival du Périgord Noir, the Festival de Quatuors à cordes de Faïence, the Festival de Quatuors à cordes du Lubéron, the Festival d’Ile de France, the Festival de l’Abbaye de l’Epau, and the Saison musicale de Proquartet at Fontainebleau.

For more information, please visit the website of Quatuor Elysée.

Elysee Quartet
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