Goldmund Quartet Win several Prizes at Wigmore Hall International String Competition
Goldmund Quartet won Second Prize along with the The Twentieth Century Prize for the best performance of Wolfgang Rihm’s String Quartet No.4 at the distinguished Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in London.
Embracing the entire string quartet tradition, the competition requires contestants to perform Classical, Romantic and Contemporary repertoire and attracts string quartets of the highest calibre, with members aged under 35 who are keen to pursue performing careers at the highest level.
You can watch Goldmund Quartet’s semifinal performance here:
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