The Resol String Quartet

The Glasgow-based Resol String Quartet was founded in 2018 and consists of Violin I, Violin II, Viola, and Cello. The classical quartet formed at the Royal Conservatoire, and each member holds a master's degree and a bachelor's degree in music. Futo (cellist) is now pursuing an Artists Diploma to further his education. The accomplished quartet consists of four musicians who are 25, 24, 25, and 25 years old.
Following their union at the RCS, which brought them together through their mutual desire to share music with others, the group played at Wigmore Hall in 2021 for the CAVATINA Competition in which they were awarded the First Prize and Audience Prize. Since then they have made their Perth Concert Hall and Conway Hall debuts and performed live on BBC Radio Scotland.
The ensemble is excited to be a part of Live Music Now Scotland because they believe chamber music is a terrific way to reach out to people and have a good influence on those they encounter. The ensemble is dedicated to making classical music accessible to everyone, and they believe that performing to smaller audiences in intimate settings is crucial.

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