The Navarra String Quartet is awarded the very first ChamberStudio Mentorship
The Navarra String Quartet has been awarded the prestigious ChamberStudio Mentorship 2013. ChamberStudio is based at Kings Place, London, and this newly launched mentorship programme is generously supported by the Musicians Benevolent Fund.
The ChamberStudio Mentorship provides the opportunity for one outstanding group to study in-depth for a year with their chosen mentor(s). The programme is heavily subsidised, tailor-made to each recipient, and allows the highest level of study. Other benefits include concert opportunities, a professional recording and business advice specific to running a chamber ensemble. The Navarra String Quartet – violinists Magnus Johnston and Marije Ploemacher, viola player Simone van der Giessen and ‘cellist Brian O’Kane – will be mentored by violinist Eberhard Feltz and ‘cellist David Waterman.
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