The US ensemble joins the agency for North American representation

Attacca Photo Credit David Goddard (color)

Attacca Quartet © David Goddard

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The Attacca Quartet has announced it has joined Vermont-based MKI Artists for North American representation.

’We are honoured to join such a fabulous roster alongside so many incredible artists that we love and by whom we are inspired,’ the ensemble said on social media. ’We have long admired the work that MKI does for their artists and we are excited for all that this new partnership has in store for us.’

Comprising violinists Amy Schroeder and Domenic Salerni, violist Nathan Schram and cellist Andrew Yee, the two-time Grammy Award-winning Attacca Quartet, gliding through traditional classical repertoire through to electronic, video game music and contemporary collaborations. Its 2019 release Orange, in collaboration with Caroline Shaw, saw the ensemble win the 2020 Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance, with its follow-up album Evergreen winning the 2023 Grammy Award in the same category. 

Recent highlights include Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival and Miller Theatre, Carnegie Hall, Phillips Collection, Chamber Music Detroit, Chamber Music Austin and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston as well as Ojai Festival, BRIC Arts and Big Ears Festival.

Outside of the US, performances include Kings Place and in Oslo at the Vertavo Haydn Festival as well as performances at Gothenburg Konserthuset, MITO Septembre Festival in Italy, Sociedad Filarmónica de Bilbao, Strijkkwartet Biennale Amsterdam, Strings of Autumn Festival Prague, Thüringer Bachwochen, Sala São Paulo in Brazil, Fundación Beethoven in Chile, National Theatre of Panamá, and Teatro Mayor in Bogota. 

MKI Artists was founded in 1956 and is a full-service artist representation agency that manages some of the world’s best classical musicians, including violinist Rachel Barton Pine and numerous chamber ensembles, including the American Quartet, Hagen Quartet, Miró Quartet, Sphinx Virtuosi, among others.

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