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Lissola Quartet


Lissola was founded whilst all members were studying at two of London’s foremost conservatories, the Royal Academy of Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. They have been privileged to work alongside some of the world’s most principal chamber ensembles including Takacs and Vellinger Quartets, Florestan and Kungsbacka Trios.

 The members have been awarded a variety of scholarships from renowned institutions such as the Swedish Royal Academy of Music and received prizes including the Barbirolli Chamber Music Prize for their exceptional musicianship.

Dividing their time between the classical and pop worlds, Lissola work with many of today’s leading artists. Their TV and Radio work include concert broadcasts with Elton John, P Diddy, Il Divo, Bryn Terfel, Katie Melua, Katherine Jenkins, Andrea Boccelli and Enya. They have recorded with McFly, the Puppini Sisters, Gwyn Hughes Jones and Rhys Meirion.

Lissola perform a diverse and eclectic mix of styles. Their repertoire ranges from popular classics to jazz standards and everything in between.  They have performed at a variety of venues from the Queen Elizabeth Hall to Wembley Stadium and events such as Glastonbury Festival and Montreaux Jazz Festival. They are regularly booked by the City of London’s Livery Companies, cruise liners and the hospitality industry.

Lissola is a vibrant group who has had vast experience in devising unique performances to complement any event. They combine this with a positive, youthful energy which is continually evident throughout their playing. For further information including rates, repertoire lists and event management contact The Musicians’ Answering Service on 01306 500011 or directly on 07870 686675


Non Peters                   Violin

Martin Lissola              Violin

Nozomi  Cohen            Viola

Rhian Porter                Cello

Non Peters

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