The String Quartet: Performers Index

Groups A-C

Groups D-K

Groups L-R

Groups S-Z


This page lists general information on a number of quartet groups- both historical and present day. Groups are listed alphabetically, ignoring the words "Quartet" and "String" in any language (eg "Quartetto Italiano" under "I"). Second generation quartets named with the word "New ..." are listed under the original name (eg "New Budapest Quartet" under "B"). Quartets named after people are listed under the family name (eg "Fanny Mendelssohn Quartet" under "M").

The notes associated with each quartet list some recordings. This is not meant to be a complete discography, but instead lists important, representative, or unusual items. These lists do not imply current availabilty on CD. Under recordings, an asterisk ("*") indicates a complete cycle of that composer, a "+" indicates a complete cycle is under way.

Dates are given as exactly as possible. Some personnel changes have been deduced from recording liner notes, these are usually marked with "<" or "c"(irca).

This version is still at an early stage- more information will be added over the coming months.


Academica. Adieux. Aeolian. Alberni. Alcan. Allegri. Amadeus. Amar-Hindemith. Amati. American. Amphion. Arditti. Ariel. Arpeggione. Artemis. Arriaga. Artis. Athenaeum-Enescu. Auer. Aurora. Auryn. Austrian. Balanescu. Bamberg. Bartholdy. Bartók. Beethoven. Berg. Berkshire. Berlin. Berlin Philharmonia. Berwald. Bingham. Boccherini. Bochmann. Bohemian. Borodin. Brandis. Brazilia. Brindisi. Britten. Brodsky. Buchberger. Budapest. New Budapest. Busch. Busoni. Capet. Carmina. Carmirelli. Cherubini. Chester. Chilingirian. Claremont. Clavier. Cleveland. Collegium Aureum. Composers. Concord. Copenhagen. Coull. Daniel. Danish. Danubius. Dartington. Debussy. Delmé. Divertimenti. Dolezal. Drolc. Duke. Dvorák. Éder. Emerson. Emperor. Endellion. English. Essex. Esterházy. Fairfield. Feist. Festetics. Fine Arts. Fitzner. Fitzwilliam. Flonzaley. Fresk. Fryden. Gabrieli. Garaguly. Geneva. Glazunov. Glinka. Gotland. Gouvy. Griller. Group for Contemporary Music. Guarneri. Hagen. Hanson. Havemann. Hawthorne. New Haydn. Helsinki. Heutling. Hindar. Hollywood. Hungarian. Italiano. Janácek. Joachim. Juilliard. Keller. Kneisel. Kocian. Kodály. Koeckert. Kohon. Kolisch. Kontra. Krettly. Kreuzberger. Kronos. Kuijken. Kyncl. Kyndel. Lafayette. Lajtha. Lansdowne. Lark. LaSalle. Latin-American. La Roche. New Leipzig. Léner. Lindsay. Loewenguth. London. Los Angeles. Lydian. Lyric. Lysell. Maggini. Mandelring. Manfred. Manhattan. McCapra. Medea. Medici. Melbourne. Meliora. Melos. Mendelssohn. Fanny Mendelssohn. Mirring. Mistry. Mondriaan. Mosaïques. Moyzes. Mozart. Mozarteum. Muir. Musical Arts. New Music. Norwegian. Novák. Nuovo. Orford. Orlando. Orpheus. Oslo. Panocha. Parisii. Parrenin. Pascal. Pellegrini. Petersen. Portland. Prague. Prazak. Pro Arte. Prokofiev. Ramor. Raphael. Rasumovsky. Reger. Revolutionary Drawing Room. Ringelberg. Rosalyra. Rosamunde. Rosé. Roth. Salomon. Samuel. Saulesco. Schneiderhan. Schönberg. Schubert. Schuppanzigh. Sequoia. Shanghai. Sharon. Shostakovich. Sibelius Academy. Sibelius. Silesian. Sine Nomine. Skampa. Smetana. Smith. Smithson. Sofia. Sonare. Sophisticated Ladies. Sorrel. Stamic. Stuyvesant. St Petersburg. Suk. Takács. Talan. Tale. Talich. Tallinn. Taneyev. Tátrai. Tokyo. Travnicek. Vanbrugh. Varsovia. Végh. Vellinger. Venezia. Verlaine. Vermeer. Vertavo. Via Nova. Vienna Konzerthaus. Vienna Musikverein. Vienna Philharmonia. Vienna Philharmonic. Vienna. Vlach. New Vlach. Voces. Voces Intimae. Vogler. Weller. Westphal. Wilanow. New World. Yale. Yggdrasil. Ysaÿe. Zetterqvist.
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