Noga Quartet receives grand prize at Melbourne Chamber Music Competition


The Noga Quartet (pictured) has been awarded the Grand Prize at the seventh Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. The Berlin-based quartet, made up of violinists Simon Roturier and Lauriane Vernhes, violist Avishai Chameides and cellist Joan Bachs, received a cash prize of AU$24,000. The foursome performed Bartók's String Quartet no.5 ...

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