Ensembles Directory

Bacchus Quartet

The Bacchus Quartet


Quartet Manager - Léonie Adams


Founded in 2001, The Bacchus Quartet is a young professional all female quartet, whose polished and exciting performances of classical and light music will add atmosphere and class to any event.


Trained at the Royal College of Music and The Royal Academy of Music in London, The Bacchus Quartet has performed in many renowned venues nationally, including The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace, The Foreign Office, Lord's, Villa Park and Epsom Race Course.


They have performed at many corporate functions as well as more intimate venues, hotel weddings and at the clients home.


They have appeared on live television and for royalty, as well as being guest artists on many film and pop recordings.


The Quartet's extensive repertoire includes: Classical quartets, Folk music, Songs from the shows, Gershwin, Jazz and Light classics 

Let The Bacchus Quartet devise the perfect musical menu for your own special occasion.

The minium fee to hire The Bacchus Quartet for a corporate event is £430

Please contact us for further information.

The Bacchus Quartet have recently performed on cruise ships which have sailed to:

July 2005 - Ireland, Greenland, Iceland, The Faroe Islands and The Orkney Islands.

December 2005/January 2006 - The Azores, Antigua, St Lucia, Barbados, Trinidad, Curacao, Jamaica, Mexico, Key West - USA and Bermuda.

Recent Concerts

 17th Septmeber 2005 7.30pm St Faith and St Lawrence Church, Harborne, Birmingham

 27th October 200512.45pm Holy Trinity Church, Dartford

 3rd November 2005 1.00pm Hyde Park Chapel, Exhibition Rd, London


Future Performances

April: South Africa, Namibia, St Helena, Ascension Island, Senegal, Morocco

6.00pm Sunday June 18th 2006, Hedley's Hay, near Bruton, Somerset

Programme to include: Mozart -‘Dissonance’ Quartet in C maj K465



Léonie Adams

The information contained in these CVs is provided by the clients of MAS.
MAS takes no responsibility for their accuracy.


Keyboard COnnection