Anton Hanson, violin
Jules Dussap, Violin
Gabrielle Lafait, viola
Simon Dechambre, cello

Thanks to its noteworthy and exceptional scenic presence, the Hanson Quartet wins 2nd Prize at J. Haydn Competition and three special Prizes (J. Haydn Prize, 20th century Prize and Audience Prize), in 2016 the 2nd Prize in Geneva International String Quartet Competition and in 2015 the 3rdPrize and Audience Prize at the 11th International Competition for String Quartet in Lyon. In 2014, the Quartet is also awarded of the European competition "FNAPEC" where it gets the "Bourse de l'Académie des Beaux Arts".
Since 2015 the four musicians are in residence at the Fondation Singer-Polignac and are supported by the «Fondation Banque Populaire ».

Graduated from the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris, the French quartet receives regularly advices from Hatto Beyerle, Johannes Meissl and Ebène Quartet.
The four interprets of Hansons are particularly involved in research and understanding of the musical language. Thanks to its knowledge of the music repertoire founding the string quartet, and especially Joseph Haydn, the Hanson Quartet builds up to itself a strong identity of discourse in which intelligence and a touch of humour get involved in the delicacy and the sensibility of its interpretation.
The Quartet has performed in large halls as the Wigmore Hall, the Victoria Hall, the «Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio» in Paris, the « Opéra de Lyon », the « Salle Cortot » or the « Cité de la Musique ».
The Hanson Quartet is regularly invited to play through over Europe (Germany, Norway, England, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Morocco…) and since 2016 is in residency at the French Radio (France Musique).