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The Levaré Quartet was formed in 2017 at the Royal Northern College of Music, finding an almost instant rapport as a group. The quartet first performed publicly in the 2018 RNCM Chamber Music Festival and went on to win the college’s Weil Prize.
They enjoy exploring a wide range of music styles with recent performances including music from Haydn to Schoenberg, and collaborations with the Manchester Roots Orchestra and the jazz pianist Gwilym Simcock in a performance of his compositions in the RNCM concert hall 2019. Members of the quartet also arrange, compose and improvise as a group as part of their rehearsal and performance routine, bringing more diversity and passion to the result.

 The Levaré Quartet have played in many of Manchester’s performance venues, including Manchester Cathedral, Gorton Monastery and the RNCM Concert Hall. Other notable performances include an evening recital for Manchester chamber music society (RNCM concert hall), the Solway arts society (Wigton),  Malvern music festival 2018, recital at the Buxton Opera house. 

Furthermore, as students of the RNCM, while mainly studying with Donald Grant, they have received tuition from members of prestigious chamber groups including the Elias, Skampa, Cypress, Talich and Michelangelo quartets, Trio Gaspard and the Sitkovetsky Trio.

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