Arthur Lublanc String Quartet

A sensibility that sparkles in the new century, resonating fresh and lustrous

Founded by the CBC, the Canadian Council for the Arts, the Government of New Brunswick, and the University of Moncton. Since September 1988, he has been a member of the University of Moncton's Music Department. The quartet is named after a famous Acadian violinist who left his mark on Canadian musical history from the 1930s to the 1950s. In 1994, he performed the works of three finalists in the string quartet competition by young composers sponsored by the CBC. Participated in the debut Atlantic held in 1996 and performed in major cities in eastern Canada. In 1997, he performed in 17 cities in Quebec at the youth music festival Liberation. He has also performed with notable musicians such as clarinetist James Campbell, pianist Marc-André Hamelin, guitar player Alvaro Pieri, violist Rybka Golani, and the Shostakovich Quartet and the Kocian String Quartet from Prague. are doing. Arthur Lublanc String Quartet's performances are often heard on CBC. He has participated in many music festivals and is also passionate about holding workshops.

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