Classical, New Music
Joseph Joaquim Associates
New England Conservatory of Music
Internationally acclaimed quartet performs 90-plus concerts a season. Ensemble-in-residence, New England Conservatory of Music and Taos School of Music; Former ensemble-in-residence, National Public Radio's "Performance Today." Winner, Avery Fisher Career Grant, 2007; Lincoln Center's Martin E. Segal Award, 2002; CMA/WQXR Award for Recording Excellence, 2000; Cleveland Quartet Award, 1998; top prizes in the 1990 International String Quartet Competition in Evian, France, and Young Concerts International Auditions, 1991. Celebrated for pioneering the use of laptop computers on stage to enable all four musicians to perform from full scores and composer manuscripts, which they often project on a large screen for the audience.