Meet The Artists - Aduno Quartet

Aduno Quartet

Phoebe White, Abbie McDonagh - violin
Martin Moriarty - viola
Killian White - cello

The members of the Aduno Quartet have been playing together from a young age, but summer 2017 will see their first quartet performance as a group.

Phoebe studies with Professor Mauricio Fuks at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University. Further engagements for the 2017 season include a solo performance with the RTE Concert Orchestra in Dublin. Phoebe White is kindly supported by Music Network’s Music Capital Scheme, funded by The Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. Music Network is funded by The Arts Council.

Abbie studied at YES school of music and is currently completing her Bachelor Degree at the Musik Hochschule, Lübeck. She is a winner of the Catherine Judge and Arthur Daley Memorial Prizes, and scholarship recipient of Ad Infinitum and Musikerkennen Foundations. Abbie has performed as soloist at Carnegie Hall. She teaches at 'TonTalente' - a musical cultural integration programme in Lübeck.

Martin is in the third year of his Bachelor of Music Performance degree at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam studying with Nobuko Imai and Marjolein Dispa. Martin has toured all over Europe, the UAE and the USA with various ensembles including the European Union Youth Orchestra. Deputy work includes working with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta. He is also a member of the Arkovsky Sextet which has performed extensively throughout the Netherlands. Martin plays an Amati-Mangenot 1931 viola.

Born in 2000, Killian is a student of Christopher Marwood at RIAM. He has won the Flax Trust Award, the Audience Prize at Clandeboye Festival, Best Performance of a Contemporary Piece at Noor Muusik, Tallinn and many prizes at Feis Ceoil.  Killian has performed as soloist with the Hibernian Orchestra, Kaunas Symphony Orchestra and New York Concerti Sinfonietta.

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