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ChamberStudio violinist Levon Chilingirian coaches the Amaia String Quartet
About Levon Chilingirian

Witness the immersive behind-the-scenes preparation of great chamber music repertoire as renowned violinist Levon Chilingirian coaches the Amaia String Quartet. 

ChamberStudio provides coaching and support to emerging professional chamber musicians. Our programmes deliver specialised training tailored to each ensemble’s needs, creating an inspiring and nurturing community for musicians who want to focus on chamber music as a central part of their career. Our masterclasses are open to observers, and our mission is to sustain and nourish the future of chamber music and to promote it as an accessible and great artform.

The ChamberStudio Masterclasses are free to attend, but please reserve your space here.

For more information, please email ChamberStudio.


About the Amaia String Quartet

The Amaia Quartet has risen to prominence as an exceptional string quartet based in London. An internationally diverse ensemble with members from 4 different corners of the world, the quartet shares a unifying passion for chamber music. Formed in 2011 at the Royal Academy of Music in London as the Alauda Quartet, they won the First Prize and Audience Prize at the International Chamber Music Competition “Massimo Antonelli”, Italy 2018, and at the Orlando International Competition in 2017. Selected as Park Lane Group artists in 2015, they gave their debut recitals at the Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall, and St. Martin-in-the-fields in London.

The Amaia Quartet will be performing Mozart String Quartet No. 19 in C Major, K. 465 “Dissonance” and Shostakovich String Quartet No. 10 in Ab Major, Op. 118.

About Levon Chilingirian

Levon Chilingirian is an internationally acclaimed performer and teacher, chamber musician, soloist and ensemble director of Armenian Heritage. In 1971, Levon founded the Chilingirian Quartet, which went on to become one of the most active and celebrated ensembles on the international scene. Devoted to the development of outstanding chamber groups, he is a Chamber Musician in Residence at the Royal Academy of Music.