Wonderful review of our first CD in Klassik Heute

We got a great review by Thomas Baack in Klassik Heute! This is a very exciting new for us, as this is one of the most important platforms for classical music in Europe. Ge got 10 in all the parameters, the highest possible mark! “Das mit dieser Aufnahme debütierende – aus Absolventinnen des Salzburger Mozarteums […]

Release of our first album: Draeseke string quartets 1 & 2

We are very happy to announce that our first album has been released! It is a recording of the first two string quartets from the German romantic composer Felix Draeseke (1835-1913). This is the first CD of a project we embarked in with the label CPO in order to record his whole work for string […]

Constanze Quartet | Salzburg Quartet

3rd Prize in the International Anton Rubinstein Competition for chamber music 2018

We are very happy to annouce that we have been awarded with the third prize in the International Anton Rubinstein Competition for chamber music 2018 celebrated in Düsseldorf (Germany) this week. The program we performed was as follows: Mozart’s string quartet C Major KV 465 (‘Dissonanzenquartett’), Mendelssohn’s string quartet a minor no. 2 op. 13 and […]

Constanze Quartet live at Radio France

The Constanze Quartet had the great privilege to be invited by Radio France for a live streaming music performance in their central studios at “La maison the la France”, Paris. You can listen now the entire session recorded the  2nd of Juny 2018 for the program “Génération Neues Interpretes”, conducted by Gaëlle Le Gallic, in this […]

Draeseke’s Quartets | Recording Session (27.11 – 02.12.17)

You would be amazed to find out how many compositions remain hidden to this day despite their great emotiveness and performing complexity. That is particularly noticeable in the works of the almost forgotten Felix Draeseke (1835-1913), remarkable composer and one of the most intriguing members of the ‘New German School’. After some research, we were surprised to […]