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The Philharmonic String Quartet represents the young generation of musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic: cosmopolitan, versatile and artistically passionate. In the winter of 2018, three young Philharmonic members — Helena Madoka Berg (violin), Dorian Xhoxhi (violin) and Kyoungmin Park (viola) — founded a new ensemble out of a desire to make music together with enthusiasm. Together with Christoph Heesch (cello), who brings his experience as a soloist to this intimate setting of making music, they strive to inspire their listeners with fresh impulses and outstanding sound quality.

The musicians are aware that they are following in great footsteps: with the Philharmonic String Quartet they are continuing the venerable tradition of the Berlin Philharmonic’s ensembles of making chamber music at the highest level. All four musicians have won various top-class competitions and have vast experience in various chamber music formations. The Philharmonic String Quartet offers them the opportunity to create their own musical expression. They feel less committed to a certain style than to their virtuosity, and they follow the motto of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “… because we love to talk to all kinds of masters – with the old and modern.”

The Philharmonic String Quartet represents the young generation of musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic: cosmopolitan, versatile and artistically passionate. In the winter of 2018, three young Philharmonic members — Helena Madoka Berg (violin), Dorian Xhoxhi (violin) and Kyoungmin Park (viola) — founded a new ensemble out of a desire to make music together with enthusiasm. Together with Christoph Heesch (cello), who brings his experience as a soloist to this intimate setting of making music, they strive to inspire their listeners with fresh impulses and outstanding sound quality.

The musicians are aware that they are following in great footsteps: with the Philharmonic String Quartet they are continuing the venerable tradition of the Berlin Philharmonic’s ensembles of making chamber music at the highest level. All four musicians have won various top-class competitions and have vast experience in various chamber music formations. The Philharmonic String Quartet offers them the opportunity to create their own musical expression. They feel less committed to a certain style than to their virtuosity, and they follow the motto of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “… because we love to talk to all kinds of masters – with the old and modern.”

The Philharmonic String Quartet represents the young generation of musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic: cosmopolitan, versatile and artistically passionate. In the winter of 2018, three young Philharmonic members — Helena Madoka Berg (violin), Dorian Xhoxhi (violin) and Kyoungmin Park (viola) — founded a new ensemble out of a desire to make music together with enthusiasm. Together with Christoph Heesch (cello), who brings his experience as a soloist to this intimate setting of making music, they strive to inspire their listeners with fresh impulses and outstanding sound quality.

The musicians are aware that they are following in great footsteps: with the Philharmonic String Quartet they are continuing the venerable tradition of the Berlin Philharmonic’s ensembles of making chamber music at the highest level. All four musicians have won various top-class competitions and have vast experience in various chamber music formations. The Philharmonic String Quartet offers them the opportunity to create their own musical expression. They feel less committed to a certain style than to their virtuosity, and they follow the motto of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “… because we love to talk to all kinds of masters – with the old and modern.”

Welcome to our new Website!

Unfortunately all of our concerts of the current season 2019/2020 have been cancelled or postponed. Nevertheless we are delighted to present you our latest video of Josef Suk’s quartet no. 2 op. 31 on our channels on Facebook and YouTube as a small musical gift to your home!

June 5th, 2020|
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Welcome to our new Website!

Unfortunately all of our concerts of the current season 2019/2020 have been cancelled or postponed. Nevertheless we are delighted to present you our latest video of Josef Suk’s quartet no. 2 op. 31 on our channels on Facebook and YouTube as a small musical gift to your home!

June 5th, 2020|
more news

Welcome to our new Website!

Unfortunately all of our concerts of the current season 2019/2020 have been cancelled or postponed. Nevertheless we are delighted to present you our latest video of Josef Suk’s quartet no. 2 op. 31 on our channels on Facebook and YouTube as a small musical gift to your home!

June 5th, 2020|
More News

Josef Suk: Quartet Op. 31, No. 2

Haydn “Emperor” Quartet Op. 76
No. 3 IV. Finale: Presto

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Josef Suk: Quartet Op. 31, No. 2

Haydn “Emperor” Quartet Op. 76
No. 3 IV. Finale: Presto

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Josef Suk: Quartet Op. 31, No. 2

Haydn “Emperor” Quartet Op. 76 No. 3 IV. Finale: Presto

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