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25 West 64th Street Apt. 7D
New York, NY, 10023


Our vision is to become one of the leading music festivals in all of Latin America. We aim to use classical music and its power of expression to nourish the souls and open the minds of people of all ages and backgrounds. Our music will break down existing barriers and contribute to a universal humanity and better tomorrow.


Catalyst Quartet

We believe that music has the power to connect all people. In designing our programs, we investigate the human experience, culture and history through musical expression. We defy genre and break down the walls of tradition, reimagining and redefining classical music. We are the CATALYST.

Hailed by the New York Times at their Carnegie Hall debut as “invariably energetic and finely burnished… playing with earthy vigor” the Catalyst Quartet, prize winners of the Gianni BergamoClassical Music Award 2012 (Switzerland) is comprised of top Laureates and alumni of the internationally acclaimed Sphinx Competition.

Known for “rhythmic energy, polyphonic clarity and tight ensemble playing” (New York Concert Review). The quartet has toured domestically and abroad including sold out performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Chicago’s Harris Theater, the Frank Gehry designed New World Center in Miami, and Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium), to name a few. They have also appeared on multiple radio and television broadcasts such as American Public Media’s Performance Today, Chicago (WFMT), Houston (KUHF), Seattle (KING FM), Vermont Public Radio, Detroit Public Television; and have contributed to online and print media including The Strad and Strings magazine.

The Catalyst Quartet has held residencies and given master classes at institutions such as the University of Washington, University of Michigan, Rice University, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, In Harmony Project (UK), Pennsylvania State University, and the University of South Africa. They also serve as principal faculty at the Sphinx Performance Academy at Oberlin College and Roosevelt University. The Quartet has been guest artists at Festival del Sole, Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, Sitka Music Festival, Juneau Jazz and Classics, the BrittenPears Young Artist Programme, Juilliard String Quartet Seminar, Strings Music Festival, and the Grand Canyon Music Festival.

The Catalyst Quartet’s debut album, The Bach/Gould Project, featuring their own arrangement of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations and Glenn Gould’s String Quartet can be found on the Azica Records label. They are also featured on the album STRUM, the string works of Jessie Montgomery (available fall 2015).

The Catalyst Quartet proudly endorses Pirastro strings.