Matangi Quartet

Photo : De Schaapjesfabriek

Matangi Quartet

Maria-Paula Majoor (violin)
Hannelore de Vuyst (violin)
Karsten Kleijer (viola)
Arno van der Vuurst (cello)

The last twenty-two years has seen Matangi grow into one of the most prominent and versatile ensembles in the Dutch music landscape and on the international stage. Its four members are all independent and distinctive musicians, but what binds them is an unbridled creative curiosity: for new music styles, and for as yet unknown repertoire and unexpected collaborations with other art forms, from cabaret to dance.

The quartet has never limited itself to one style of music since its foundation in 1999 at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and the Rotterdam Conservatory. It has always embarked on new adventures, from classical to jazz and from dance to pop.

Maria-Paula plays a Hendrik Jacobs violin (Amsterdam, ca. 1690) and Arno a Jaap Bolink cello (Hilversum, 2005) on loan from the Dutch Musical Instruments Foundation (NMF).

Matangi Quartet will perform on the 31st January at 20:30 in BIMhuis. Get your ticketsĀ here!