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"When bows hit strings, Bantry House was transported to a place where music meets the soul and transcends all earthly concerns."

- The Strad, 2007


"The Kopelman Quartet is a magnificent string quartet. They play with exceptional musicality and understanding, in deadly earnest and with supreme chamber-music balance."

Kultunaut, Denmark. 30 November 2005.


"...the Kopelman Quartet produced an extraordinary refinement of sound allied to an intelligence that gave each note full weight and meaning. "

Rod McLoughlin, Jersey Evening Post


"Every hallmark of distinguished musicianship was integral to their Queen's Hall performance.

...Technically brilliant, there is great humanity in the finesse of their playing."

Carol Main, The Scotsman


"Big musical personalities, huge sounds... Kopelman has lost none of the piercing yet beautifully accurate sound that can still take your breath away"

BBC Radio 3 CD Review, 6 May 2006

The Kopelman Quartet

Welcome to the official website for The Kopelman Quartet.

Here you can find out the latest information about The Kopelman Quartet such as recent reviews, forthcoming concerts and also information about our CD releases.
About The Kopelman Quartet

Mikhail Kopelman - Violin

Boris Kuschnir - Violin
Igor Sulyga - Viola Mikhail Milman - Cello

Founded by experienced chamber musicians steeped in the standards and style of the classic Russian school, the Kopelman Quartet carries forward a ric h inheritance of technical excellence, lyricism, grace and musical integrity.

Mikhail Kopelman, Boris Kuschnir, Igor Sulyga and Mikhail Milman all graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire in the 1970's, this institution's golden age, when the students regularly worked with musicians and teachers such as David Oistrakh, Boris Belenky, Yuri Yankelevich, Fyodor Druzhinin, Dmitri Shostakovich, Mstislav Rostropovich and Natalia Gutman. These strong musical influences have remained with the members of the Kopelman Quartet, even though they pursued individual careers for twenty-five years before founding the quartet in 2002.