Combining passion, energy and innate musicality, the Tyburn String Quartet create a rich yet versatile sound. What began as four friends making music together has developed into an award winning ensemble that shows great promise. They captivate the audience with their fresh approach and genuine love of music; this is a string quartet to remember.
The Tyburn String Quartet took its name from one of the five subterranean rivers which run into the Thames. This particular one can be found under Marylebone High Street and very close to the Royal Academy of Music, London.
You can listen to some samples of the Tyburn String Quartet's performances on the Media page.
"Wingfield Barns is a new arts centre in rural Suffolk. Towards the end of 2009 I agreed to arrange a series of 6 concerts for the Barns in 2010 and on 13th June the Tyburn Quartet thrilled us with their performances of Haydn op. 76 no. 2, the Quartettsatz by Schubert and Beethoven`s op. 59 no. 1. They played this demanding programme with great technical skill, but it was their ability to communicate through phrasing and dynamics which moved the audience. I`m sure this quartet has a bright future."Adrian Knott MBE
"I was inspired to drop you a note following the wedding reception from which I have just returned. The ladies of the Tyburn Quartet were playing http://www.tyburnquartet.co.uk/. They played with very great style and professionalism, may I say, and their music making was deeply appreciated by the discerning wedding guests assembled at Dartmouth House, Mayfair. All passed comment."Paul Thomas