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The Ruysdael Kwartet is 25 years, celebrate with us in our crowdfunding project!

This and next season, The Ruysdael Kwartet will celebrate its 25th anniversary.
25 composers are currently working on a short piece for us.
Will you help us finance this?

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The Ruysdael Quartet plays for the Youth Orchestra of Ukraine

On Sunday March 6 the Ruysdaels played a special house concert in Amsterdam of which the fee went to a special project for the Youth Orchestra of Ukraine. We hope the quartet’s contribution will make (little) difference in these extremely difficult times.  https://smo.ngo/en/ukraine/

Zoom festival moved to September 1-5! 

Because of the Covid restrictions we have moved our Zoom festival to September. We have very exciting guest musicians and an adventurous programme. Check it out on zoomfestival.nl.

Ruysdael exposed in interactive concert

 

A jukebox with the entire quartet works of Haydn

 

14 and 21 March, 19.00

Quart de Nuit

Our latest CD is out. Ravel’s quartet in F major, Dutilleux’s “Ainsi la Nuit” and Debussy’s “Clair de Lune”

Press release Quart de Nuit (in Dutch)

Welcome to Michael! After 15 years Jeroen has decided to leave the quartet to dedicate his life to other things, mainly cello-related. We are very happy to announce that Michael Müller will be succeeding him. Michael has played with some prominent quartets in the past, like the Parkanyì Quartet and we are very much looking forward to working together in this new configuration!

SQBA

During the second edition of the String Quartet Biennale in Amsterdam the Ruysdael Quartet will perform twice: Beethoven’s op. 18/4 on January 28 and the Terry Riley’s entire Salome dances for Peace on January 30. http://www.sqba.nl/

Japan Tour.

After the successful trip of 2015, the Ruysdaels are invited again to perform 4 concerts in Japan. This time the trip will take them to Tokyo, Nagoya and Yokohama. On the menu there are quartets by Ravel and Tchaikovsky, but also the Mozart clarinet quintet with Charles Neidich!