We are delighted to announce the launch of the first CD by the multi-talented Jubilee Quartet, featuring three Haydn Quartets and released by Rubicon Classics. The launch will take place at Conway Hall in London on Sunday 10th March at 6.30 pm.
The Stradivari Trust has been supporting the Jubilees for several years. Second Violin, Julia Loucks, plays a fine 1695 violin by Giovanni Grancino acquired on her behalf by The Stradivari Trust, whilst Tereza Privratska (First Violin) and Lorena Cantó Woltèche (Viola) play instruments loaned by Nigel Brown himself.
The launch will take place at Conway Hall in London on Sunday 10th March at 6.30 pm. Tickets are available from the venue’s website or from the Box Office 020 7405 1818.
Listen to the Jubilees describing their experiences of recording the Haydn Quartets for the CD
The CD comprises:
Haydn Quartet in G Op.64 No.4
Haydn Quartet in C Op.54 No.2
Haydn Quartet in C Op.20 No.2
Tereza Privratska (violin)
Julia Loucks (violin)
Lorena Cantó Woltèche (viola)
Toby White (cello)
First prize winners of the Val Tidone International Chamber Music Competition 2010 and the St Martin’s Chamber Music Competition 2013, Second prize winners of the Karol Szymanowski International String Quartet Competition 2014, and third prize winners of the Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition 2013, the Jubilee Quartet was formed in 2006 at the Royal Academy of Music, London.
The quartet are award winners of the Tillett Trust ‘Young Artists’ Platform’; the Park Lane Group ‘Young Artists’; the Hattori Foundation; the Worshipful Company of Musicians ‘Concordia Foundation Artists Fund’; and are recipients of the Philharmonia MMSF ‘Charles Henderson Ensemble Award’ and the Eaton Square ‘St. Peter’s Prize’ 2014. In 2012 the quartet were finalists in the Joseph Joachim International Chamber Music Competition, Weimar, and in 2013 and 2015, in the Royal Over-Seas League.