Si-Yo Artist™ Roster
Our artists are aspiring and professional musicians from the Americas, Asia, and Europe. Through their dedication to performances, education, and community service, they are our ambassadors of Western classical music. We provide our artists with international teaching and performance opportunities, an instrument lending program, and a support network of kindred souls who are diverse in talents and passions yet united in their love of music.
Our artists are also busy with events outside of Si-Yo; keep up with them on our blog!
Bio courtesy Arte Quartet
The Arte Quartet is a vibrant, young ensemble based in New York City and comprised of graduate students of the Juilliard school. Hailing from California, North Carolina and Belgium, these four musicians share a vision that chamber music embodies both intellectual and emotional vitality. The Arte Quartet is a member of Juilliard’s prestigious Honors Program.
As chamber musicians, members of the quartet have performed across five continents at venues such as the Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Berlin Philharmonie, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Vienna Musikverein and have performed alongside such musicians as Robert McDonald, Ida Kavafian, Natasha Brofsky, Anthony Marwood, Augustin Dumay, Gary Hoffman, and Laurence Lesser. They have attended music festivals such as the Ravinia Steans Young Artist Program, Yellow Barn, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Tanglewood Music Festival, Prussia Cove, the Seiji Ozawa International Academy, and the Music Academy of the West.
Formed in fall of 2018, their inaugural season included a performance of the Schubert Cello Quintet in Alice Tully Hall with Natasha Brofsky as part of Lincoln Center’s Wednesdays at One series, a WQXR NY public radio appearance during the M idday Masterpieces series, and a recital at Washington DC’s Kennedy Center. In May, the Arte Quartet was chosen and attended the 2019 Juilliard String Quartet Seminar.
Their 2020 season includes a recital in North Carolina, a collaboration with the CreArt series in NYC featuring two commissions and Britten's 2nd String Quartet, and a benefit concert for Music for Food featuring the G Major Brahms Sextet with Natasha Brofsky and Cathy Cho. The quartet studies at The Juilliard School with Natasha Brofsky, Misha Amory, and Catherine Cho.
(recent September 2019)