Cuarteto Casals Concerts
Cuarteto Casals is a renowned Spanish string quartet that has gained international recognition for their exceptional talent and dedication to chamber music. Founded in 1997, the quartet consists of violinists Abel Tomàs and Vera Martínez Mehner, violist Jonathan Brown, and cellist Arnau Tomàs. With their distinctive style and impeccable musicianship, Cuarteto Casals has become one of the most sought-after chamber ensembles of their generation.
The quartet's musical style is characterized by its emotional depth, technical precision, and profound understanding of the repertoire they perform. Cuarteto Casals is particularly acclaimed for their interpretations of the works of Ludwig van Beethoven, having recorded his complete string quartets to great critical acclaim. Their performances are known for their remarkable unity and synergy, with each member contributing equally to create a harmonious and captivating musical experience.
Throughout their career, Cuarteto Casals has received numerous accolades and awards. They were awarded the prestigious Beethoven-Ring in 2014 for their outstanding contributions to the interpretation of Beethoven's music. Additionally, they have been recognized with the National Music Prize in Spain and have received multiple Grammy nominations for their recordings.
The quartet regularly performs at major concert halls and festivals around the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, and Musikverein in Vienna.