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V4 String Quartet

(Hungary / Slovakia / Czech Republic / Poland)
Hungarian, Slovak, Czech, Polish, English

The V4 String Quartet, founded in 2021, is a unique ensemble representing an exquisite collaboration among accomplished musicians from the Visegrád Group. Composed of exceptional artists from Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, the quartet passionately brings to life the diverse musical heritage of the region. Their authentic performances span from the rich traditions of the past to the vibrant compositions of today, captivating audiences at prestigious European festivals.

Dedicated to promoting cultural exchange, the quartet played a pivotal role in spotlighting V4 musicians and composers to European audiences since the V4 Anniversary Year in 2021. By seamlessly blending their respective countries' musical traditions, the V4 String Quartet pioneers innovative ways to visualize music for greater diversity and compassion in society.

Along with their performance endeavors, the quartet is committed to education. They conduct master classes and workshops across the four countries, nurturing the next generation of talent and fostering deeper cultural connections within the V4 region.

As a symbol of European unity and cooperation, the V4 String Quartet proudly represents the harmonious synergy among different EU nations. They have graced renowned festivals, including the Levoca - Indian Summer Festival and the Domus Artis Festival in Slovakia, the New Millennium International Chamber Music Festival in Hungary, the EUFONIE International Music Festival, and the Chain Festival of the Lutosławski Society and the Rzeszów Musical Autumn in Poland, among others, performing in renowned concert halls such as the Festetics Palace in Budapest and the Primacial Palace in Bratislava.

The members of the V4 String Quartet:

Miranda Liu (USA/Hungary) - Violin

Daniel Rumler (Slovakia) - Violin

Tomáš Krejbich (Czech Republic) - Viola

Bartosz Koziak (Poland) - Cello

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