JANUARY 12-30, 2024

Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Philadelphia, PA

Vancouver Friends of Chamber Music, Vancouver, BC

Chamber Music Northwest, Portland, OR

The Goldmund Quartet is greeting the new season with a ten-city tour across North America from January 12-30, 2024. Their passionate style and critically-acclaimed depth of playing will be on full display when they offer audiences a wide-range of repertoire, including such works as Haydn’s Quartet in D Minor, Op. 76, No. 2; Borodin’s String Quartet No. 2 in D Major; Schumann’s Quartet in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3; Webern’s Langsamer Satz for String Quartet; Schulhoff’s Five Pieces for Quartet; and Beethoven’s Quartet in F Major, Op. 59, No. 1. They will present programs at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC (January 12); Parlance Chamber Concerts in Ridgewood, NJ (January 14); the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society in Philadelphia, PA (January 16); Montgomery Chamber Music Organization in Montgomery, AL (January 18); Capital Region Classical in Schenectady, NY (January 21); String Theory at The Hunter in Chattanooga, TN (January 23); Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City in Salt Lake City, UT (January 25); Chamber Music Concert Series in Ashland, OR (January 26 & 27); Chamber Music Northwest in Portland, OR (January 28); and Vancouver Friends of Chamber Music in Vancouver, BC (January 30).

Tour Schedule


The Quartet recently released two CDs showcasing their mastery over a diverse range of repertoire. A limited vinyl-only recording was produced on the Neue Meister label entitled Prisma featuring works by Arvo Pärt, Philip Glass, and Uno Helmersson as well as two newly commissioned pieces by Pascal Schumacher and Sophia Jani. The second recording, released on the Berlin Classic’s label, turned their sights on Schubert’s epic Der Tod und das Mädchen - a work that resonates deeply with the Quartet and was among the first pieces the ensemble performed over a decade ago. Additionally, the CD is supplemented by Schubert’s songs arranged by Jakob Encke.

WQXR recently spotlighted the Quartet in an article - click to read more.

About the Goldmund Quartet

Counted amongst the most exciting young string quartets of today, the members of the Goldmund Quartet -Florian Schötz, Pinchas Adt, Christoph Vandory and Raphael Paratore- are known globally for their exquisite playing and flawless homogeneity with a far-reaching repertoire that spans the classical canon through the modern works of today’s quartet repertoire. Their musical attentiveness, fine intonation, and their unwavering attention to every intimate detail inspires audiences worldwide.

Highlights of their 2023/24 season include the Quartet’s debut at such prestigious festivals as Settimane Musicali di Ascona and Viotti Festival in Vercelli, Italy. The ensemble will return to such important halls as the Concertgebouw Amsterdam in a recital with pianist Fazil Say and Tokyo Opera City, as well as the upcoming tour across North America. Additionally, the Quartet returns to the renowned Hörtnagel series in Munich, Haus der Musik Innsbruck, and Schwetzingen Festival.


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