The string quartet is the foundation of chamber music and allows with its four voices to appropriate all the repertoires.
From the classical period until the 20th century, writing for quartet has been considerably enriched and imposes a new approach.
ProQuartet-European Chamber Music Center accompanies the most talented ensembles such as the Yako Quartet by exposing them to the advice of the greatest masters of their discipline.
The 4 young musicians from Lyon, curious about all the music, cross the eras, the borders and the styles and prove that the string quartet knows no limits.
Ludovic Thilly, violin
Pierre Maestra, violin
Vincent Verhoeven, viola
Alban Lebrun, cello
Joseph Haydn, String Quartet in D major op.20 n°4 (1772)
Dimitri Chostakovitch, String Quartet n°7 in F-sharp minor, op. 108 (1960)
Édith Piaf, La vie en rose