Any help during this difficult time for us is hugely appreciated

This year has been one of ups and downs. After a lengthy search, in July we were thrilled to officially welcome violinist Laura Lunansky to the ensemble. We were fortunate to be able to spend a week together in the beautiful surroundings of Klein Leeuwenhorst in the Netherlands, in association with Le Dimore del Quartetto.

However, we have experienced huge difficulty in continuing our work together. Lockdown has seen us stranded across our different home countries, and live concerts have been virtually impossible in the current climate. The new Covid restrictions in the UK have sadly meant that our few remaining concerts in 2020 have had to be cancelled; since February we have not been able to share live music with any audience, and we are just hoping that 2021 will improve. This pandemic has not only affected us artistically, but has also had a huge impact on a financial level.

We therefore appreciate any support that you are able to show for us as an ensemble. We strongly believe in the cultural and social importance of classical chamber music, and want to ensure that our industry does not disappear. With your help, we hope to explore new creative possibilities and look forward to finding new ways in which to connect with our wonderful audiences. 

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