Leslie Boulin Raulet, violin
Sarah Chenaf, viola
Juliette Salmona, cello
First Prize of many international competition, Quatuor Zaïde - which celebrated its 5 years in 2015 - is invited in the world's most prestigious concerts halls and festivals, also collaborating with great musicians. The quartet's repertoire is wide, taking a greater interest in contemporary music, performing pieces from Iannis Xenakis, Wolfgang Rihm and Jonathan Harvey.
Since its foundation, the quartet has studied with Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet) at ECMA (European Chamber Music Academy) but also Johannes Meissl and Ferenc Radosh.
Supported by Mécénat Musical Société Générale, the quartet is in-residence at the Fondation Singer-Polignac. In 2012, Quatuor Zaïde wins First Prize of the Joseph Haydn International Competition in Vienna. In 2011, it wins First Prize of the Beijing International Music Competition.
In April 2014, the quartet releases it first album with the brand new online label « NoMad Music », recording the Janacek quartets and Martinu String quartet n°5. This bold programme reflects the quartet strong personality. As part of the ECHO Rising Star 2015-2016 programme, Quatuor Zaïde played in Europe's most prestigious halls.
In October 2015, Quatuor Zaïde performs during ProQuartet Night of the Quartet (Nuit du Quatuor) organised at Musée de l’Orangerie for Paris Nuit Blanche 2015. In April 2017, Quatuor Zaïde teaches during the school chamber music workshop in Seine-et-Marne, organised by ProQuartet.