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Founded in 2012 and based in Berlin, the Vision String Quartet has already established itself as one of the best young string quartets of its generation. With a unique versatility that focuses on the classical string quartet repertoire alongside their own compositions from other disparate genres, the four young musicians are on a mission to reorient with integrity how classical music is presented and perceived by audiences new and old. for the traditional. His hallmarks of performing concerts entirely from memory and standing up give his performances an added intimacy and intensity that have been widely praised.

The Quartet records exclusively for Warner Classics; his debut album Memento was released in March 2020 and won the coveted Opus Klassik Award for Best Chamber Music Recording. In addition to the release of this album, the self-composed singles "The Shoemaker" and "Samba" were released along with self-directed, filmed and edited videos.

2016 was a year of notable achievements for the Quartet, as they won First Prize in two major competitions, in addition to the Special Prize and the Audience Favorites Prize. Adding to their successes at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Competition in Berlin earlier that year and the Geneva International Competition later that year, they were also awarded the prestigious Würth Prize in November 2016, just one month after receiving the Audience Award at the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival. In 2018 they were awarded the prestigious Chamber Music Prize of the Jürgen Ponto Foundation.

The young Quartet experiments with innovative concert formats which it has taken to major classical concert halls such as Leipzig's Gewandhaus, Düsseldorf's Tonhalle, Berlin's Konzerthaus and Luxembourg's Philharmonie, as well as prestigious festivals such as the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rheingau , Schleswig-Holstein, Heidelberg Spring and Lucerne Festival. They have staged concerts in complete darkness, collaborated on projects with renowned ballet dancer and choreographer John Neumeier, and worked alongside lighting designers to bring more creative dimensions to their performances.

The 2019/2020 season included the Quartet's debut tours of the United States and Japan. The Japanese tour included performances in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Musashino, where Haydn and Bacewicz's show along with their own compositions was televised on NHK. His debut US tour includes performances at the Frick Collection in New York, Toronto and Chicago. Their European engagements have taken them to the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Elb Philharmonie in Hamburg, the Liederhalle Stuttgart, the Società del Quartetto in Milan, the Wigmore Hall in London and their first Norwegian performances in Oslo, Bergen and Bodø. In May 2020 they became artists-in-residence at the Bodensee Festival on Lake Constance, whereupon they performed seven concerts in different programmes, including Bacewicz, Beethoven, Ravel, Schumann, Barber, Mendelssohn and their own compositions.

The Quartet has studied in Berlin with the Artemis Quartet and Günter Pichler of the Alban Berg Quartet at the Reina Sofía School of Music in Madrid. In addition, they have received classes from professors such as Heime Müller, Eberhardt Feltz and Gerhard Schulz, in addition to participating in masterclasses at the Jeunesses Musicales, ProQuartet in France and the Rheinland-Pfalz Villa Musica Foundation where they were fellows.

His collaborators include the likes of Jörg Widmann, Eckart Runge of the Artemis Quartet, Haiou Zhang, Edicson Ruiz, Avi Avital, Nils Mönkemeyer, and the Quatuor les Dissonances.

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