The Voyager Quartet was founded in 2014. Its members can all look back on successful careers in famous string quartets such as the Cherubini Quartet and Modern String Quartet, and in worldclass orchestras such as the Symphony Orchestra of Bavarian Radio. The members of the Voyager Quartet thus combine a wealth of experience in numerous concerts worldwide at renowned music festivals like Ruhrtriennale, Rheingau Musikfestival, Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival, Berliner Festwochen, Bregenzer Festspiele, Lucern Festival and in famous concert venues like Gewandhaus Leipzig, Wiener Musikverein oder Lincoln Center New York, which they have successfully fed into all manner of highquality concert programmes over recent years.
"Finely played, closely miked, and intriguing."
Gramophone (London), The worlds´s leading classical music magazine
"A brave wordless experiment to capture the soul of the music."
The Strad (London)
"I’m sure many lovers of Schubert’s music can derive a lot of pleasure from this issue. Moreover quartet lovers in general can wallow in the excellent playing of the Voyager Quartet. I’m already looking forward to their next journey – wherever it will be destined."
MusicWeb-International (United Kingdom)
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”With this new version, a new view of the work should be achieved … the atonal transitions ensure that one enters the new song in a grounded and fresh manner … with our sound we also try to take the listeners on a journey between dream, memory and reality.”
TheViolinCannel (New York)
“Some almost delirious moments were audible. This quartet is capable of playing the most wonderful pianissimo while developing an extremely tender, warm aura – magnificent.”
“One can understand this aural picture without hearing the songs – a true work of art!”
“Magic moments at the Arkadien Festival: the audience hardly dared draw breath; the four musicians played so movingly, truly breathtaking! The four string instruments just merged into one
another. At the end, we were held captive, both by Schubert and the magnificent playing of the quartet.”