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2018, the Arild String Quartet celebrated its 10-year anniversary with all of Beethoven’s string quartets in a series of 24 concerts. 

Since the debut the Arild String Quartet has placed itself among the leading Danish chamber ensembles and received many praises for its mature and noble playing style. The musicians are members of the Royal Danish Orchestra and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra and they are experienced chamber musicians.

 The Arild String Quartet regularly performs in the Danish chamber music scene, and has toured Brazil, Greece, Scotland, Finland and Sweden.

The Arild String Quartet has recorded music by the Danish Golden Age composers C.F.E. Horneman and Asger Hamerik for Dacapo Records. 

ARILD STRING QUARTET:

Tobias Sneh Durholm, Violin

Johannes Søe Hansen, Violin

Stine Hasbirk Brandt, Viola

Ingemar Brantelid, Cello

Tobias Sneh Durholm is concertmaster of the Royal Danish Orchestra.  He has played as a soloist with several Danish symphony orchestras and regularly performs at international chamber music festivals. Tobias plays the Royal Danish Theatre’s Stradivarius from 1691, “The Red Cross Knight”. 

Johannes Søe Hansen is the primary concert master of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. He performs as a soloist, he has released a number of CDs praised by the reviewers, and he performs at chamber music recitals in most of the world. Johannes is a member of Copenhagen Classic and the Stadler Quintet.
Stine Hasbirk Brandt plays the viola in the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. 1998 she played in the Cailin String Quartett winning the chamber music competition of P2, and 2000 she received the jury’s special prize at the international viola competition “Maurice Vieux” in Paris. Stine is a highly requested soloist and chamber musician.

Ingemar Brantelid, after a career as a solo cellist in the Royal Chapel, he now fully devoted himself to chamber music. He has toured in Europe with ensembles such as Salzburger Solisten, Copenhagen Classic and The Arild String Quartet.