The Lausanne, Switzerland-based Quatuor Sine Nomine has received very much praise because of its performances of the entire string quartets of Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, and Bartók, aswell for various France and Swiss quartet works. They have performed an array of repertory quite impressively, from functions by Boccherini and Haydn to people of modern composers Pärt and György Kurtág. Furthermore, the group expands to support music for quintet, sextet, and bigger ensembles. They have actually performed the concertos for quartet and orchestra by Schoenberg, Martinu, and Erwin Schulhoff. Nonetheless it isn’t the eclectic repertory and chameleonic personality that arranged this ensemble aside from most others, it really is its self-effacing personality: the group used its name, Quatuor Sine Nomine (Quartet With out a Name), to attract concentrate on the music it performed, not really on themselves. Despite some modesty, they have achieved great achievement, having performed at most prestigious locations in Europe as well as the U.S., like Carnegie Hall, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Leipzig Gewandhaus, and London’s Wigmore Hall. The QSN offers made several recordings, aswell, many of them obtainable from Claves and Cascavelle. The Quatuor Sine Nomine was created in 1975 having a regular membership of violinists Patrick Genet and François Gottraux, violist Hans Egidi, and cellist Marc Jaermann. More than the next 10 years, the players continuously built the status in Switzerland as you of this country’s finest small string quartets. In 1985 the QSN captured first award on the Evian International Competition in France and 2 yrs afterwards garnered the Jury from the Press Award on the Reggio Emilia, Italy-based Borciani Competition. 1987 was also the entire year the QSN started its first main recording project, the entire quartets of Schubert for the Cascavelle label. By 1994 the routine was finished, as the 5th disk in the series was released. Through the entire 1990s the QSN obtained greater see internationally and, from 1993, made an appearance on the string of effective recordings for the Claves label, including the Mozart quartets, K. 387 and K. 464 (1999). In 2001 the QSN founded the Celebration Sine Nomine, which can be held in past due spring every 2 yrs in Lausanne. There the QSN, or the average person members, performs for the most part from the dozen or even more concerts. In 2008, the QSN documented the Karl Goldmark piano quintets, Op. 30 and Op. 54, its 1st work for the CPO label. In the 2011 Event Sine Nomine (May 25-29), the QSN performed functions by Mozart (total quintets with two violas), Dowland, Britten, and Enescu.