…the Armida Quartet is a young ensemble that lets us experience music in a new way. We need not worry about the future of chamber music: it is already here.RONDO Magazine
Winning the ARD International Competition in 2012 propelled the Armida Quartet on to the international concert platform. Between 2016-2018 they participated on the BBC New Generation Artists Scheme, made their BBC Proms debut and celebrated their tenth anniversary. In 2017 the Quartet completed a season as ECHO “Rising Stars” and in 2018 made their debut in the USA. Founded in Berlin in 2006, the Armida Quartet took its name from a Haydn opera, in honour of the ‘father of the string quartet’.
Mozart Quartet in G major K387
Janácék Quartet No. 2 Intimate Letters
Beethoven Quartet in A minor Op.132
Chichester City Council are currently allowing a maximum of 34 people in the Assembly Room to accommodate social distancing. If you are not lucky enough to be able to get tickets for the Assembly Room, you can select the 'Live Streaming Tickets' option, to be able to view a live stream of the concert online. A link to the event will be emailed nearer to the concert date.
Tickets for a seat in the hall are £18, and for the streamed concert £9.