The Goldmund Quartet comprises violinists Florian Schötz and Pinchas Adt, violist Christoph Vandory, and cellist Raphael Paratore.
Having studied with the Alban Berg and Artemis Quartet, the ensemble is a prize winner at the International Wigmore Hall String Competition and Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.
The Nippon Music Foundation awarded the Quartet with a full set of Stradivari instruments and they were named Rising Stars of the 2019/20 season by the European Concert Hall Organisation.
The Goldmund Quartet will join the Doric String Quartet, Pavel Haas Quartet, Imani Winds, Quatuor Ébène, and the Los Angeles Piano Trio on the Arts Management Group roster.
“We are so looking forward to this new partnership and to bring our music to the USA and Canada!” said the quartet on their Facebook page.
The ensemble's general management will remain with HarrisonParrott, in London.