News & Reviews

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“Top class” response to Russian Icons concerts

25 August 2015    /    News

Well-received Nelson and Blenheim concerts at the weekend have successfully launched our Russian Icons tour. Amongst all the wonderful comments, this is our favourite so far: "My first time to see and hear a Quartet. AWESOME - I could hear every instrument.

Doug Beilman to step down after 26 years

12 August 2015    /    News

After 26 years Doug Beilman, will be stepping down as 2nd violinist at the end of 2015. Doug has contributed to a record 21 years without any change in the ensemble, something few string quartets can match.

Seeking Expressions of Interest

11 August 2015    /    Media Releases

The New Zealand String Quartet Trust is seeking expressions of interest in the full-time position of 2nd Violinist from 2016.

Tour of Northern Summer Festivals

01 July 2015    /    News

As you read this, we’ll be in transit to the UK for performances at two of England’s most prestigious arts festivals. First stop is the Cheltenham Festival, where we’ll be performing in the charming Pittville Pump Room, the largest of Cheltenham’s spa buildings, built in the 1820s as part of...

Extended family of musicians and dancers for Rolf

01 July 2015    /    News

Cellist Rolf Gjelsten spent June touring the country with the Royal New Zealand Ballet and the New Zealand Army band for the season of Salute, and managed to fit in a performance of Dvořák’s Cello Concerto in Auckland with the St. Matthew's Chamber Orchestra.

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