It has been announced this week that the London-based Marmen String Quartet will join the roster of Sulivan Sweetland Artists Management, in London – for worldwide general management.
Comprising violinists Johannes Marmen and Ricky Gore, violist Bryony Gibson-Cornish and cellist Steffan Morris, the Marmens are former major prize winners at the Bordeaux and Joachim International Chamber Music Competitions – and in September of this year were awarded joint-1st prize at the 2019 Banff International String Quartet Competition.
MARMEN QUARTET | BEETHOVEN | STRING QUARTET NO. 14 IN C# MINOR OP. 131 | 4TH MVT | 2019 BANFF INTERNATIONAL STRING QUARTET COMPETITION | JOINT 1ST PRIZE
“We are thrilled to welcome the exciting young Marmen Quartet to Sulivan Sweetland for General Management …” Director Emma Sweetland has this week said.
“The Marmen Quartet brings a real zest for life to its music-making, which is fresh, compelling and full of vitality … they are young musicians who are not afraid to take risks and are undoubtedly developing into an exciting and impressive young ensemble,” she has said.
Sulivan Sweetland’s roster includes violinist Chloe Hanslip and VC Artists Augustin Hadelich, Clara Jumi-Kang and Stefan Jackiw – and the Vision String Quartet, Dudok Quartet Amsterdam the Doric Quartet.