Festival and Highlands Chamber Music Festival, and at Monadnock Music in New Hampshire.      

Ciompi Quartet is a favorite of local audiences, selling out of the last two concerts for Chamber Music Raleigh at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

  • Bela Bartok: String Quartet No. 4 (1928)
  • Florence Price: String Quartet No. 2 (1935) selected movements 
  • Andrew Waggoner: “Legacy” for String Quartet (1998) 
  • Claude Debussy: String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10 


Since its founding in 1965 by the renowned
Italian violinist Giorgio Ciompi, the Ciompi
Quartet of Duke University has delighted
audiences and impressed critics around the
world. All its members are professors at Duke,
​where they teach instrumental lessons, coordinate and coach chamber music, and perform across campus in concert halls, libraries, dormitories and classrooms. In a career that spans five continents and includes many hundreds of concerts, the Ciompi Quartet has developed a reputation for performances of real intelligence and musical sophistication, with a warm, unified sound that allows each player’s individual voice to emerge.

In recent years, the Ciompi Quartet has performed from Washington State to California, Texas, New York, Washington DC and New England, and abroad from China to France, Italy, Germany, Prague, Serbia and Albania. In the summer the Quartet has performed at the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival in Detroit, North Carolina’s Eastern Music          

Sunday, June 11, 2023
2:00 p.m.
SECU Auditorium - NC Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607​