Rosamunde Quartette

Founded in 1991 in Munich, the Rosamunde Quartett gave their acclaimed debut one year later at the Berliner Festwochen. Alongside the standard quartet repertoire, the musicians put an emphasis on contemporary music. The Rosamunde Quartett are regular guests at major international festivals and concert venues. Their ECM discography includes a recording with music of Shostakovich, Webern and Burian as well as Haydn’s “The Seven Words” and Valentin Silvestrov’s “leggiero, pesante” for which the Rosamunde Quartett were nominated for a Grammy award in chamber music performance. A further critical and popular success is the continuing collaboration with Argentinian bandoneon-virtuoso and composer Dino Saluzzi which, in 1998, led to the recording of “Kultrum”.
Role: Performer